Dunwoody police are seeking help in identifying a man they say robbed the KeyWorth bank on Dunwoody Village Parkway on Sept. 22.

The man walked into the bank about 4:33 p.m. , displayed a handgun to a teller and demanded cash, police said. He then fled with an undisclosed amount of money.

Police released this photograph of the suspect.

Police ask anyone with information regarding the case to call  678-382-6925 or email  robert.ehlbeck@dunwoodyga.gov.

Joe Earle

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2 replies on “Dunwoody police seek help identifying robbery suspect”

  1. If you want help in identifying suspect- it would help if it was mentioned that the suspect was a black man. Would rule out a lot of people. If it was a white suspect- that would have been stated!!!! Stop with the too sensitivity towards Blacks. If they are criminals then they should be treated that way regardless of color!!!

  2. The Dunwoody Police Department placed two schools on lockdown (Dunwoody Prep and Primrose School of Dunwoody). However, they did not place Infants of Dunwoody/Dunwoody Academy which is located right next door to Primrose on lockdown nor did they alert the school. I called the Dunwoody Police Department to inquire about the protocol for lockdowns and why only some schools were on lockdown while another school in immediate proximity was not on lockdown and I was told the Sargent would have to call me back (still waiting). I was also told no one else in the Dunwoody Police Department would be able to give me any type of general protocol on school lockdowns in the event of an emergency or during other public safety related concerns.

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