A THIEF tried to trick a supermarket assistant into handing over £10 - then grabbed the cash anyway.
The man went into Huddersfield's Asda store on Bradford Road at 6.30pm on Monday and bought some ear-rings.
He gave the assistant £10 and she handed him his change.
But he claimed she owed him a further £10. He leaned over, grabbed the £10 note from her and ran off.
He and another man fled to a maroon hatchback car. The G-registered car was driven by a third man.
The thief is white and in his early 30s, with dark hair that was going grey or highlighted and a moustache.
He wore a light blue zip-up fleece with white piping down the sleeves, a white T-shirt and jeans.
The other man at the counter is white, in his early 20s and slim, with short, dark hair. His navy blue sweatshirt had white piping around the neck and shoulders and the Nike logo on the front.
The driver's hair is cut in a curtain style.