ROBBERS who show a streak of conscience to their victims have struck again.
The thieves robbed two people on Tuesday night and mugged a teenager in Primrose Hill at 2.15am yesterday.
In the latest robbery, they stopped the 18-year-old victim on a track off Wood Terrace - the same place they struck two nights earlier.
They said they would stab him unless he handed over his mobile phone.
He gave them the Nokia phone, but they took the SIM card out and gave him the card back.
The card stores all the phone's numbers.
The thieves also searched his pockets and stole some cash.
Both thieves are white and aged about 19.
One is 5ft 6in and slim, with a long face and fair hair.
He wore a white jumper and a baseball cap.
The other is about 5ft 10in, with a moustache and a goatee beard.
He wore a blue jacket and a baseball cap.
The two are thought to have carried out two robberies in the same area at about 2am on Tuesday.
During one, they helped the victim when she had an asthma attack.
In the other, they handed back a bank card and the SIM card from the mobile phone they were stealing.
The two muggers first stopped a 31-year-old woman on Albert Street in Lockwood.
They said they had a knife and told her to hand over her handbag, which she did.
But she suffers from asthma and started to have trouble breathing.
One of the thieves rifled through her bag, found her inhaler and handed it over.
She asked for her address book, so they gave her that, too.
They then walked off towards Huddersfield town centre with the dark brown leather handbag, which contained a small amount of cash.
Minutes later, they stopped a 21-year-old man on the footpath near Wood Terrace, showed him a knife and searched him.
They took his mobile phone, a wallet and some cash. But they handed him back his bank card and SIM card for his phone.
Anyone who knows who they are should phone Det Sgt Andy Parr, of Huddersfield CID's robbery team, on 01484 436582.