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Longview police searching for two women, wanted on credit/debit

Drivers License picture of Candee Manzano. (Source: Longview Police) Drivers License picture of Candee Manzano. (Source: Longview Police)
Drivers License Picture of La Crista Fountain. (Source: Longview Police) Drivers License Picture of La Crista Fountain. (Source: Longview Police)
Recent mug shot of Candee Manzano. (Source: Longview Police) Recent mug shot of Candee Manzano. (Source: Longview Police)
La Crista Fountain. (Source: Longview Police) La Crista Fountain. (Source: Longview Police)
LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

The Longview Police Department is currently searching for two women, both wanted on Credit/Debit card abuse charges.

Longview PIO Kristie Brian tells us that these two suspects have been passing EFS Transchecks. She also says that there is an active felony warrant out on each of the women.

A preset bond of $50-thousand dollars is set on each of the women.

Brian also added that they have favored staying at local hotels such as Motel 6, Express Inn, and Guest Inn, but that they could be staying anywhere.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of these women, you are asked to contact the Longview Police Department.

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