WE’RE looking for two shoplifters with a taste for high-class tipple.
The pictures show two suspects wanted in connection with the theft of two bottles of champagne from a convenience store.
The incident happened at about 4pm on Thursday, March 19.
The two men walked into the Co-op shop on Commercial Road in Skelmanthorpe and made a bee-line for the alcohol display.
While one of the males acted as a lookout, the second took the two bottles of bubbly.
He put them down his trousers before the pair left without paying.
They made off in a blue Citroen car with a ‘P’ registration plate.
The champagne was worth £30.
Both men were white.
One was in his late 20s or early 30s, 5ft 7ins tall, and had short, brown hair.
He was wearing a dark blue nylon hooded top and light blue jeans.
The other man was about the same height and had lighter brown hair.
He was wearing a white and black jacket with a white stripe down the middle of the hood, a striped top, light grey cotton bottoms and black and white trainers.
Anyone with information should call Pc Anne Gilliver via 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
We also want to trace a youth in connection with the vicious robbery of a bus passenger.
The offence took place on the 503 Bus from Elland to Huddersfield, when a 17-year-old was sitting with friends.
The youth approached the victim and demanded that he hand over his mobile phone.
A struggle then took place during which the 17-year-old suffered minor injuries. The robber snatched the phone and ran off the bus.
The incident happened between 2.30pm and 2.50pm on Saturday, January 17.
The robber is white, about 16 years-old, about 5ft 9ins tall and of medium build.
He was wearing a beanie hat, a white Adidas top with stripes down the arms, grey jogging bottoms tucked into his socks and white trainers.
The 17-year-old suffered a bruise to his right eye, swelling to his nose, grazing and cuts to his forehead.
The stolen phone was a Samsung U600.
Anyone with information should call Pc Paul Whiteley at Huddersfield CID via 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, 0800 555111.