A CCTV image of an alleged suspect linked to a bank cash grab has been released.
Police want to speak to the man after a security guard was robbed and cash stolen from the HSBC bank in Market Place, Dewsbury town centre last Friday, January 6.
Officers described the man pictured in the CCTV still as a suspect.
Around 2.15pm a male security guard was delivering cash inside the bank when a man approached him from behind and made a grab for a bag of money being removed from a cashbox.
The man was seen in the banking hall shortly before the robbery took place.
He was able to run from the bank with a bag containing a large amount of cash and made his getaway in a car which had been stolen from the Tudor Croft area of Bradley on December 30.
A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: “The suspect, and who is believed to have been two other male accomplices, drove off at speed from Bond Street, Dewsbury town centre, in a silver coloured car, believed to have been a VW Passat, before making a U-turn on Dewsbury ring road in front of Dewsbury Railway Station.
“Here the silver car collided with a red car, causing minor damage before making off.”
The VW Passat car was later found abandoned in the Meadow Lane area of Dewsbury.
Police are looking for a mixed race or Asian man, 6ft 3ins to 6ft 4ins tall, well-built and dressed in a dark coloured hooded top over which was worn a green military style short jacket.
He also wore dark trousers and shoes and a light coloured baseball cap.
Any witnesses are being asked to contact Dewsbury CID via 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.