Still no suspects in the May 2018 armed robbery at a home in the Windemere subdivision of Dalton

A suspect in a May 2018 armed robbery in Dalton is shown in this surveillance camera screenshot. In March of this year, the Dalton Police Department offered a $3,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the people responsible for the armed robbery but there have been no arrests.

Despite the offer of a $3,000 reward earlier this year for information leading to prosecution of the people responsible for a May 2018 armed robbery in the Windemere subdivision, no suspects have been identified.

The Dalton Police Department offered the reward in March, saying then that investigators believed the robbers may have had "ties" to the Atlanta area.

The department said two people robbed a family, including young children, at gunpoint in their driveway on Chatham Drive after the family had returned from a trip to Atlanta at about 8 p.m. on May 30, 2018. The suspects pointed guns at several members of the family. The individuals took jewelry and other items from a woman, including a Cartier nail bracelet, a gold Rolex watch, a David Yurman gold ring, a white gold diamond tennis bracelet, two Louis Vuitton bags and pairs of RayBan/Prada sunglasses.

The suspects were described by the police department as "black males, both under the age of 30, of medium height and build, and wearing dark clothing." They "arrived ... as passengers in two separate vehicles. The vehicles are described as a newer model white Chevy Impala and a newer model silver Nissan Maxima. There is no description available of the drivers of these vehicles. Investigators believe that these vehicles may be rentals from the Atlanta area.

"Police detectives determined that the victims were spotted by the suspects in the parking lot of the Phipps Plaza shopping mall in Atlanta at about 6 p.m. The victims were then followed from Atlanta back to their home in Dalton before being robbed at about 8 p.m."

"Unfortunately, none of the leads panned out into the development of suspects or charges," a police spokesman said last week.

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