VIOLENCE against people providing a service to the public is unacceptable under any circumstances.
Shop assistants, restaurant staff, NHS workers and rail staff have the right to be able to do their jobs in peace.
And yet they still occasionally face unwarranted anger and, worse, physical assaults at the hands of the people they serve.
We need your help to track down a man wanted in connection with one such incident.
He is alleged to have lost his temper in a dispute over an out-of-date Metro pass on a bus at Huddersfield Bus Station.
The man hit out at the protective screen on the driver’s cab, causing it to come out and hit the driver in the face.
Fortunately he suffered only slight injuries in the incident on September 17, but we will not tolerate incidents like this and we want to question the man pictured on the bus’s CCTV.
He is stocky, about 5ft 10ins tall and scruffy-looking.
The second man is wanted for questioning over a burglary dating back more than three months in Scout near Marsden.
The incident happened at some time between midday on July 25 and 3pm the next day.
Someone cut through barbed wire and then broke into a shed and stole tools – including drills and a strimmer – and a set of golf clubs.
The man pictured was later discovered on a CCTV recording near the scene.
Anyone with information about either individual should contact police on 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.