ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Latest on a Minnesota man mistakenly bit by a St. Paul police dog (all times local):

6 p.m.

Body camera video that was recorded when a St. Paul police dog bit a bystander shows the dog suddenly running from the officer as he shouts "No! No! No!"

Police say they were searching for an armed suspect Friday in the city's Dayton Bluff neighborhood when the dog broke free of his collar and bit the man. He was not a suspect, but had been ordered to lie on the ground while police conducted their search.

The video released Monday shows the officer getting out of his car with the dog, and saying "Stay, stay."

As the officer and dog begin walking, the dog runs toward the man. The bite itself cannot be seen on the video, but the man is heard groaning as officers try to get the dog to release him.

City officials said Monday they've called for tighter restrictions on when K-9s can be deployed and an external audit into the unit.

4:30 p.m.

City leaders in St. Paul are making "significant changes" to the police department's K-9 unit and ordering an external review after a dog broke free from its handler and mistakenly bit a man.

Police say they were searching for an armed suspect Friday morning in the city's Dayton Bluff neighborhood when they encountered the man — who was not a suspect — and ordered him to the ground during the search.

The dog's collar later broke and it bit the man on his forearm.

City officials said Monday they've called for tighter restrictions on when K-9s can be deployed and an external audit into the unit.

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter says the incident is "very disturbing," following two other high-profile police dog bites of bystanders.

A police officer's body camera captured the incident, but it's not known when the video will be released.

2:50 p.m.

A Minnesota man is recovering from injuries after a St. Paul police dog got loose from its handler and bit the man outside his home.

The Star Tribune reports 33-year-old Glenn Slaughter was leaving for work Friday when the dog bit him. Anne Shomshor, who is engaged to Slaughter's brother, says police were looking for an armed suspect and the K-9 bit Slaughter after police ordered him to put his hands up.

St. Paul Police didn't immediately return a phone message left Monday by The Associated Press. The officer filed an "animal bite" report that contained little detail.

The department recently tightened its rules on when police can use K-9's amid growing concerns of bystanders getting bit, including a 2016 attack on a man mistaken for suspect that ended in a $2 million settlement.