A WOMAN was robbed as she took cash to a bank.
She suffered a head injury and had £200 taken off her in the daytime robbery near Dewsbury town centre.
Police revealed the 41-year-old woman was attacked at 1.50pm on Monday as she walked through a tunnel between Crackenedge Lane and Lower Peel Street.
Two men grabbed her, spun her around and demanded cash. They searched the victim’s pockets, taking more than £200, before running off towards Bradford Road.
The suspects were both white. One was in his 40s, about 5'8" tall and scruffy.
He wore a black hat with tassels over his ears, a black hooded top with a red logo on the upper left arm and dark joggers.
He also wore a pink plastic ring on the little finger of his left hand.
Police urged witnesses to contact DC Pete Usher at Huddersfield CID on 01484 436714 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.