Dickson police have issued warrants for two men they believe stole $650 from a cashier in what is called a “quick-change scam.” Detective Chad Fussell said the two men working as a team managed to confuse a cashier while making change at the Dickson Wal-Mart on March 17 and walked out with $650 in cash. Just minutes after Fussell released security video images of the two men Wednesday, a detective from the Hendersonville Police Department contacted Fussell after recognizing the suspects online. Fussell said Jeffrey Todd Starnes, age 50, and Carl Phillip Johnson, age 64, both of Nashville are now wanted on warrants issued Wednesday. Starnes is charged with felony theft while Johnson is charged with being party to the crime of felony theft. According to Fussell, the two men entered the store separately but ended up at the same checkout line. Fussell said Starnes used a large denomination bill to make a small purchase while Johnson effectively blocked the aisle with a large item. While making his purchase, Starnes allegedly asked the cashier to return his change in several different ways until he walked out with extra cash. “He will confuse the cashier and he will eventually leave with all the money. It is simple but elaborate at the same time,” Fussell explained. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Starnes or Johnson is asked to contact Fussell at 441-9577 or Dickson Central Communications at 446-8041 extension 4.