Few details in fatal Madison dog attack

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JERRY WOLFORD/News & Record The holding cage of a female American Blue Heeler/Mix dog at the Rockingham County Animal Shelter on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, in Wentworth, NC. The dog is one of 15 being held at the shelter after a pack of dogs may have killed a man walking along McCollum Road who was in the area visiting from Mexico.

A month after a man visiting from Mexico was found dead, family members still don’t have answers to what caused his death.

On Nov. 23, 62-year-old Jose Cruz Cazares Robles went for a walk, leaving his family’s home on Bethany Road in Madison. He never returned.

The next day Rockingham County sheriff’s deputies found Robles’ body at the bottom of a steep embankment on McCollum Road.

He was covered in dog bites.