On June 12, two men were spending their Saturday morning fishing on Piney Creek when they came across a woman's body.  Since then, police have figured out who she is, but they need your help to track down her killer.  Her name was Noelle McAnally.  She was just 26 years old.  She was last seen on June first at a vacant home on Dewey Street in West Huntsville.  During the following 24 hours, Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely says someone killed her and dumped her nude body into the creek.

"Some of her clothing was found here in the water," Blakely said.  "We also found one of her tennis shoes hanging from a tree out from the bridge."

McAnally reportedly stayed at homeless shelters and with friends.  Blakely says she was an alcoholic and was known to get into cars with strangers.

"We believe there are people there in Huntsville who know something, and we're hoping they'll come forward and help us solve this case," Blakely added.

If you think you can help, dial (256)53-CRIME.  You don't have to give your name, and up to $1,000 could be yours.

VALLEY'S WANTED

Police say Michele Thompson took almost $40,000 from places where she worked.

Listen to what Jauton Brown is accused of stealing - over $4,000 worth of Jack Daniel Whiskey.  It was inside a parked railway car.

SCROLL OF HONOR

Target on University Drive, CINRAM and Super Wal-Mart on South Parkway.