Two “quick-change scam” suspects whom police say walked out of Wal-Mart with $650 in cash remain at large and investigators are asking for the public’s help in locating them. Contrary to local published reports, Detective Chad Fussell of the Dickson Police Department says the two men have not been arrested. Warrants were issued last week for 50-year-old Jeffrey Todd Starnes and 64-year-old Carl Phillip Johnson, both of Nashville, after they were identified as the men who scammed a Wal-Mart cashier by asking for change for a large bill to be made several different ways. After security system images of the two men were released, a Hendersonville detective identified the men, who work as a team. Fussell said Starnes and Johnson have pulled off the scam in several places previously, including Dickson. “We have a previous history with them here from last year at Wal-Mart,” Fussell said. “They have hit several stores around middle Tennessee. You could say that this is their ‘profession.’” Despite the identification and distribution of their photographs, the two suspects remained at large as of Tuesday. “These guys are on the move,” Fussell said. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Starnes and/or Johnson is asked to call the Dickson Police Department at 446-8041 extension 4 or the anonymous tipline at 441-9555.