Detectives investigating a jewellery raid at a house in Dewsbury have released e-fit images of two men they want to find.
Three men forced their way into the property in Headfield Road on February 24, while a family member of the victim was inside.
They searched the house before leaving with thousands of pounds in valuables.
One of the men was described as white, around 40 years-old, with short, black hair. He was wearing a jacket and blue jeans.
Another was white, aged in his early thirties and of medium build and height. He was wearing a black t-shirt and blue jeans.
"We are keen to speak to anyone who recognises the two men pictured in these e-fit images. Anyone with information is asked to contact myself in Kirklees CID via 101."
Police are warning residents of a series of robberies series which has been taking place in the Dewsbury and Batley areas in which individuals have stolen personal items from victims while distracting them by asking for change for a £2 coin.
Four men have been arrested in connection with a series of offences committed between January and April 2016, predominantly in Dewsbury and Batley and involving elderly victims.
They have been interviewed and released on bail.
We are investigating nearly 30 similar offences at this time but believe there may be other victims who have not come forward; possibly up until now not realising that they have been a victim of crime. We are keen to speak to anyone who has been asked to provide change and later found that personal items such as jewellery, watches, wallets or purses are missing.
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Police say they are concerned for the safety of a man who may have been living in a tent near to the River Calder in Dewsbury.
Detectives say a purple tent was found pitched on the river bank on Wednesday March 30th. They say the items inside it led them to speak to a local supermarket, and have now released CCTV images of the man they think may own the tent.
We are keen to speak to the man pictured to verify that it was him living in the tent, and that he is OK. If anyone can assist in identifying the man pictured, has seen or heard from him recently or knows where he is now, I would ask them contact Kirklees CID
The body of a man found in the River Calder in Dewsbury yesterday has been identified as missing man Daniel France.
The 38-year-old was last seen in Dewsbury on 12th March.
His family have been informed.
Police were called to Sands Lane, in Dewsbury to a report of a body seen in the water.
Enquiries in to the circumstances of his death are ongoing.
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West Yorkshire Police are appealing for information after a man was reported missing from Dewsbury.
Daniel was last seen on Ravens Avenue in Dewsbury on Saturday 12th March. There has also been a possible further sighting on Heckmondwike Road at 11pm on Sunday 13th March.
He is known to be a drug and alcohol user and has associated health issues. He has no known access to money and left his mobile phone at home.
If you have any information, you can contact West Yorkshire Police on 101.
Police in Dewsbury say they are increasingly concerned about a man who has been missing since Saturday.
38-year-old Daniel France was last seen in Ravens Avenue, Dewsbury, at 4pm on 12 March, and has not been seen or made contact with his family since.
He is described as white, 5ft 9ins tall, with short, dark brown hair. He was last seen wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and white and black K Swiss high-top trainers.
A man has been charged with attempted murder after a man suffered serious injuries in an incident in Dewsbury yesterday.
Wayne Walshaw, 44, of Mountain Crescent, Thornhill, was also charged with possession of a weapon in a public place.
He is due to appear at Leeds Magistrates Court today.
The 46-year-old victim has now been released from hospital.
West Yorkshire Police are appealing for information following a violent confrontation in Dewsbury.
Police say the incident happened on Halifax Road on Saturday 13th December at 9pm.
The 22-year-old victim was driving a blue Toyota Celica, when a silver car pulled in front causing him to stop. Three men got out of the silver car and verbally abused the victim. One of the men punched the victim and attempted to get in the drivers seat. The group damaged the victim's car and then fled from the scene.
The suspects are described as Asian, with a local accent and in their early 20's.