A man in Texas was killed by dogs early on Friday, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).
The man, whose name has not been made public, was likely attacked while riding his bike, according to deputies.
Someone driving home from work at 1:45 a.m. local time found the man lying on the road and called for help.
The victim, who was in his late 30s, wasn't moving and had been bitten by the dog more than once. At the scene, he was said to be dead.
KHOU-TV said it looked like the man was pulled away from his bike, which was found nearby.
Detectives don't know how many dogs were involved.
Sheriff Ed Gonzalez of the HCSO said that the area is known for having large groups of abandoned dogs.
The body was found in Channelview, Texas, on Garlang Street near Sheldon Road.
The body had several holes in it, and it wasn't clear how long it had been there.
No one saw the attack happen.
Deputies said they don't know where the dogs came from, and they didn't find any animals at the scene.