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Tyler police seek wanted subject with violent past

Blake Reed. Photo Source: Wood County Jail. Blake Reed. Photo Source: Wood County Jail.
This is the truck owned by Blake Reed. Police are searching for this vehicle. If you see it, please call Tyler PD at (903)531-1000. This is the truck owned by Blake Reed. Police are searching for this vehicle. If you see it, please call Tyler PD at (903)531-1000.

Tyler police are seeking the whereabouts of a man considered to be very violent.

Blake Reed, 26, is wanted for violation of a protection order. He has a violent past and is considered very dangerous. He has ties to Tyler, Mineola, and Hawkins.

His bond has been set at $1,100,000. Reed has an extensive Criminal History in Wood County.

Reed may be hiding out the Wood County area. Do not approach this man if you see him or know where he is, please call Tyler police IMMEDIATELY at 903-531-1000.

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