Owners of Muscle Shoals car shop still looking for thieves

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MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. (WHNT) - Muscle Shoals Police need your help identifying some men who are responsible for a car shop theft.

It's a case long gone unsolved. Owners of Holt's Radiator and Batteries said two men took off with expensive equipment about six months ago.

They provided WHNT News 19 and investigators with surveillance video from May. That video shows two men pulling up to the shop late at night with a truck and trailer.

The men loaded up two rear-ends, worth about $3,000. Then, they drove away.

Shop owners hope you might recognize the men or the even the trucks involved in this burglary.

The Lauderdale County District Attorney's Office is looking for this week's most wanted.

First on the list, Darren Balnetine. Authorities want him for writing $1,055 in worthless checks.

Next up, Tony Lance. He's accused of racking up $1,541.21 in worthless checks.

The Lauderdale County District Attorney's Office also wants Melanie Reyes for over $1,500 in worthless checks and district court cases.

The Shoals Area Crimestoppers tip line is open and waiting for your tips on any of the people featured here.

The call is anonymous and worth up to $1,000 in cash.

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