A pack of dogs that ran wild in a New Jersey town over months and bit at least a dozen residents attacked 6 more people Monday. Police captured them after a brief chase, authorities said.

They released a surveillance video Tuesday of the canines on a rampage. The video featured a man trying to fend them off using a stick as they advance toward him baring their teeth.

Police said they chased the dogs in the Mystic Islands section of the Little Egg Harbor township for over an hour before finally capturing them.

John Kita, one of the victims, was working in his driveway when he was attacked. "(I was) cleaning out the van, all of a sudden from behind my house on the side, these three dogs come barking at me very aggressively," he told 6 ABC.

He was bitten in the thigh through his jeans as a neighbor rushed to his aid with a golf club that he swung at the dogs. He went to the hospital but didn’t require stitches.

Police said four people were taken to the hospital in an ambulance following the attack. One woman’s wound in the arm was bone-deep.

"The people were terrorized. They didn't do anything at all to provoke these animals," Little Egg Harbor Township Police Chief Richard Buzby said.

Police identified the owner of the three dogs as Esau Morales. The dogs were earlier seized in December after biting a woman but later returned to the owner. The dogs were sent to the Southern Ocean County Animal Shelter and not likely to be returned to Morales.

Morales faced one count of a dog declared potentially dangerous, three counts of dogs at large, and three counts of failure to obtain a dog license charges.

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