KNIFE-WIELDING robbers raided two Marsh takeaways within minutes.
One of the thieves looked like he had been beaten up and another had a bandaged thumb - so police feel sure someone must know who they are.
The three African-Caribbean men first struck at the Nawaz takeaway at Westbourne Road at 1.05am on Sunday.
They went into the kitchen, demanded cash and the ringleader held a knife to one member of staff's throat.
The till was opened and the thieves escaped with cash.
But they went straight to the nearby Spicy Kitchen takeaway, threatened staff with a knife and ordered them to open the till.
One of the raiders jumped on the counter while his two accomplices took money from the till.
They then fled down a nearby street.
Det Con Russ Conlon, of Huddersfield police intelligence unit, said: "We have good descriptions of the robbers so someone must know who they are."
All are in their early 20s.
The knifeman is a light-skinned African-Caribbean man and wore a bandage on his right thumb during the raid. He is thin and wore a light-coloured hooded top.
The second is also a light-skinned thin African-Caribbean with bruises around his left eye and both cheeks along with swollen lips. He looked like he had been attacked. He wore a light blue hooded top.
The third is a dark-skinned African-Caribbean man who wore a black hooded top.
Anyone with information should contact Det Sgt Derek Hey on 01484 436685.