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Longview police search for forgery suspects

John Blake Tunnell. Photo Source: Gregg County Jail. John Blake Tunnell. Photo Source: Gregg County Jail.
Jacquelyn Susann Carpenter Schrimsher. Photo Source: Gregg County Jail. Jacquelyn Susann Carpenter Schrimsher. Photo Source: Gregg County Jail.

Released by The Longview Police Department:

LONGVIEW, TX - Police continue to search for a suspect in numerous forgeries in Longview.

The suspect, John Blake Tunnell 46, of Longview, is believed to have gone to several banks in the area and cashed forged checks. Tunnell also has numerous outstanding warrants for his arrest in connection to the forgeries and is also wanted for violating his parole.

Tunnell may also be using fake identification information and driver's licenses in other victim's names. Tunnell is believed to be with a white female, Jacquelyn Susann Carpenter Schrimsher 41, of Longview. Tunnell is believed to be driving a 2001 dark blue Dodge 4-door truck with possible Texas license plate 81J ZK6.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of John Tunnell or Jacquelyn Schrimsher please contact Longview Police Department at 903-237-1199 or Longviewpolice.com or Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP or make an anonymous online tip at www.greggcountycrimestoppers.com.

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