A man who runs an independent money transfer shop has been fleeced of thousands of pounds.
Police have revealed he had cash taken from him on January 28.
Two men went to see the Huddersfield business owner saying that had a large quantity of Euros to exchange into pounds.
The victim took them to NatWest bank in New Street, but before he was able to deposit the money at the bank, the duo took the majority of the Euros along with all of the pounds which amounted to around £8,000.
The first suspect is described as 5ft 9ins, of stocky build, clean shaven and aged between 40 and 45-years-old. He was Iraqi or Kurdish and spoke in broken English. He was wearing a black woolly hat and brown coat.
The second suspect is described as being around 50-years-old, 5ft 4ins tall, stocky build who also Iraqi or Kurdish and spoke broken English. He was wearing a black jacket.
Det Con Oliver Coates, of Kirklees CID, said: “We are hoping to speak to anyone who saw these two men in Huddersfield or have any information which could help with our investigation.
“The suspects stole a significant amount of money and we would like to trace them.”
Contact Kirklees CID via 101 quoting reference 13160040022.
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