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TUSCUMBIA, Ala. (WHNT) - Shoals Police need help solving a cold case.

The unsolved murder of an elderly man is still top priority for the Tuscumbia Police Department.

Police say the trail of leads is getting cold, and they still need your help finding the person responsible for the murder of Elbert Davis.

According to police, someone barged into the man's home and robbed him of money and prescription pills.

Investigators have questioned several people in this case, but still no arrests have been made.

As more time passes, the tips to police have slowed down, but officers believe someone knows something, that could help crack the case.

This weeks Shoals Area Most Wanted comes from the Sheffield Police Department.

Kristy Staggs is wanted for driving with a revoked license.

Next officers want Thomas Massey in jail for driving under the influence, giving officers a fake name, and disorderly conduct.

Finally, police say Jordan Newcomb has warrants out for her arrest for resisting arrest, attempting to elude police and trespassing.

If you know where any of these people are, give an anonymous call to the Shoals Area Crimestoppers Tipline at 256-386-8685.  If any of these people are arrested as a result of your call, it could be worth a cash reward.

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