Michigan authorities are warning the public to keep a watchful eye out for a vicious pack of wild dogs currently roaming around the Saginaw area. These four-legged beasts have reportedly already ganged up on a large domestic dog and killed it -- now police fear the next victim could be a child.

“A city resident saw three dogs attack and kill his neighbor’s dog,” said Saginaw County Sheriff William Federspiel.

In a recent press conference, Sheriff Federspiel told reporters that the dogs were last spotted around the area of Germania Platz and the Green Point Nature Center. These dogs appear to be growing in numbers as they comb the streets and there are concerns that this pack could become somewhat large before they are caught.

“We’re very concerned about children that are playing in the area. Make sure you’re supervising your children if you’re living in that area or in any area because these dogs can travel fast,” said Federspiel.

A representative for the local Humane Society urges residents to treat this situation seriously. “These dogs should not be approached,” said Elaine Thompson. “If you see the dogs, go inside and call 911. If you witness an empty trap in your neighborhood do not disturb it. If you see a trap containing an animal do not attempt to remove the animal. Call 911 and an animal control officer will be dispatched.”