Dalton police seeking help identifying suspects in vehicle break-ins

Dalton police seeking help identifying suspects in vehicle break-ins

April 19th, 2019 by Staff Report in Breaking News

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The Dalton Police Department is seeking the identity of this man who is suspected of breaking into vehicles on April 12 at the Planet Fitness gym parking lot on Walnut Avenue.

The Dalton Police Department is seeking the identity...

Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press.

The Dalton Police Department is seeking the identity of this man who is suspected of breaking into vehicles on April 12 at the Planet Fitness gym parking lot on Walnut Avenue.

The Dalton Police Department is seeking the identity...

Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press.

The Dalton Police Department is seeking the identity of two men suspected of breaking into three vehicles on April 12 at the Planet Fitness gym parking lot on Walnut Avenue. The incident happened shortly after 9 p.m., according to a DPD news release.

The suspects in the break-ins can be seen on surveillance video looking into car windows, breaking out windows and taking purses left behind by gym patrons. The suspects were traveling in a silver colored SUV, possibly a Nissan.

A short time after the incident, bank cards stolen in the incident were used at the nearby Walnut Avenue Kroger, the Glenwood Avenue Kroger and a Circle K gas station on Glenwood Avenue. The suspects were recorded by store surveillance using bank cards stolen from the vehicles.

One suspect is, a black male who wore a burgundy colored zipper hoodie sweatshirt and a black ball cap that appears to have a Bulls logo. The second suspect is a black male wearing black sweat pants and a black hoodie with a black stocking cap.

Anyone with information on the identity of the suspects should contact Detective Charles Williams at 706-278-9085, extension 9280.