Several Reagor Dykes Auto Group employees learned Thursday evening they might get not paid for the past two weeks, multiple sources tell EverythingLubbock.com.
Sources said they were told the owners were trying to open personal accounts to pay employees going forward.
Some workers were also told not to come in to work Friday.
It is unclear how many were told not to come in to work or how many, if any, have been permanently laid off.
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