WE’RE looking for two women who are thought to have stolen hundreds of pounds worth of clothes from a Huddersfield shop.
The pair went into Monsoon on New Street in the town centre at lunchtime on Saturday, March 27.
They picked up five dresses totalling £550 and put them on a rack.
They then put all the garments in a large Next carrier bag and left without paying.
Police were called after a stock check revealed the items were missing.
One of the suspects is white, thought to be in her 50s, with short dark hair and was wearing a white hooded top, dark coloured trousers and tan shoes. She was carrying a black handbag.
The second was white, in her 30s, with light brown hair in a ponytail and wearing dark coloured clothing and carrying a black JD Sports carrier bag and a pink handbag.
CCTV pictures show two women we would like to speak to in connection with this matter.
Anyone who recognises them should call Pc Leeanne Dickinson on the numbers below.
The other image shows a man wanted for questioning in relation to a suspected public order offence on a bus on January 30.
On that date the driver was taking passengers on the 203 service from Dewsbury to Huddersfield when he was approached by a man complaining that people were acting anti-socially on the top deck.
The man then went back upstairs but returned a short time later shouting and swearing at the driver.
He got off the bus on Leeds Road near The Market Tavern pub.
He was white, aged about 45 to 50, about 5ft 8ins tall and stockily built.
Anyone who recognises the man in the picture should call Pc Chris King on 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.