Police: Man uses baseball bat to smash in windows of Dunwoody home

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Police are searching for a man armed with a baseball bat who smashed several windows of a Dunwoody home over the weekend. The incident was caught on a home security video which was released Monday.

It happened around 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning at a home along Wynterhall Lane. Police said the homeowner heard glass break and called 911 reporting a possible break-in in progress.

Surveillance video shows the man taking aim at the front door handle, next a window, and then another. Police said the man smashed out four windows at the home in the Wynterhall Subdivision off Chamblee Dunwoody Road.

Dunwoody Police Sgt. Robert Parson said they need to find this person and fast before he strikes again. Investigators want to know if this was a random or targeted attack. And police believe the man could do it again.

Police describe the man as being in his late teens to 20s, wearing dark aviator sunglasses, black leather jackets, a white undershirt, and black pants.

Anyone who recognized the man or has any information is asked to call the Dunwoody Police Department or their anonymous tip line.