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Dozens of Dalton businesses vandalized

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DALTON, GA (WRCB) -

Dalton Police are investigating dozens of acts of vandalism to area businesses overnight.

Police say between 35 and 40 businesses were vandalized overnight Tuesday.

In each case, glass windows were broken. The vandalism occurred near Thornton Avenue, Hamilton Street, Glenwood Avenue, and Walnut Avenue.

Investigators believe that marbles were used to break out the windows at some of the locations.

Area businesses affected by the vandals include the Panda Express at 1521 W. Walnut Avenue, Al Johnson Volkswagen at 1202 N. Glenwood Avenue, Crutchfield Furniture at 209 N. Hamilton Street, Buckin' Burrito at 212 N. Hamilton Street, Audio Innovations at 1781 E. Walnut Avenue, and the BB&T Bank at 2500 E. Walnut Avenue.  

Nothing was taken and no one was injured.

Investigators from the Dalton Police Department are working to compile video from the area of affected businesses.  Anyone with information on these incidents or with video that might aid the investigation is asked to contact Detective Greg Bates at 706-278-9085, extension 137.

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