(CLARIONLEDGER) — The company that has the KFC franchise where the family of a girl scarred by a pitbull attack said they were asked to leave says a review of video surveillance found no evidence to corroborate the allegation.
Hannon Food Services issued a statement to WAPT-Channel 16 Tuesday that said hundreds of hours were spent reviewing the video surveillance at the KFC restaurant on Woodrow Wilson Drive and all of the employees at that location were interviewed.
"As of today, neither Hannon Food Services nor the outside firm involved in the consultation has found any evidence to verify that the incident took place at our restaurant on Woodrow Wilson Drive. Nevertheless, we'll continue to exhaust every possible avenue until we're absolutely sure we have all the facts," the statement read.
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Company officials said they would like to meet with the family of 3-year-old Victoria Wilcher "so they can provide us with any additional information they would like for us to be aware of," according to WAPT.