The hunt is on for a disgraced lawyer who fled bail after being convicted over human trafficking.
Nisa Ul Haq, 39, of The Fairway, Fixby, was found guilty of trafficking, facilitating illegal immigration and attempting to pervert the course of justice in December.
A judge released her on bail but she failed to attend court and a warrant has been issued for her arrest.
Officials are appealing for anyone who knows where she is to contact them.
Ul Haq and her sister and brother-in-law were convicted by a jury of conspiracy to traffic people into the UK for exploitation.
Hajrah Safraz, 38, and her husband Mohammed Safraz, 36, both of Victoria Road, Lockwood, were remanded in custody.
Ul Haq was also found guilty of assisting unlawful immigration and, with another defendant Mohammed Javad Iqbal, of doing acts intending to pervert the course of justice.
The jury was told that Pakistani clothing workers were brought to Huddersfield with the promise of well-paid jobs and then exploited.
The victims sold everything they had to pay thousands in fees to the gang and were often charged ‘taxes’ on what they earned.
The group trafficked Pakistanis to the UK to work at Lockwood clothing factory Ezaah Tailorz.
Mark Runagall, of Immigration Enforcement’s crime team for West Yorkshire, said they were keen to find Ul Haq and added: “I would urge anyone who has information about her whereabouts to contact us immediately.
“All information will be treated with the strictest confidence.”
Anyone with information can contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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