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Dalton PD releases surveillance photo in vandalism spree

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The Dalton Police Department released surveillance video in connection with a recent vandalism spree.

The surveillance video contains images of a truck police believe was used in the July 23rd spree where more than 40 businesses were damaged.

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The businesses were damaged in the early morning hours in the area of Thornton Avenue, Hamilton Street, Walnut Avenue, Glenwood Avenue, and Morris Street. The businesses had window damage, most likely caused by the vandals using a slingshot and marbles.

"It is a pain, for everybody concerned," explained Chris Bunch, owner of Crutchfield's Furniture on Hamilton Street. "I mean, you hate for it to happen to your business."

The surveillance image shows what appears to be a late model Ford F-150 driving past Pye Honda at approximately 4:00 am. The truck is light in color, most likely silver, with silver wheels.

Anyone with information on these incidents or the identity of the driver of the truck is asked to please contact Detective Greg Bates at 706-278-9085, extension 137.

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