Police are looking for anyone who was sold fake tickets for a recent concert by Beyonce, during her European leg of The Mrs Carter Show World Tour which was in Birmingham earlier this week,
An investigation has begun into the sale of fake tickets totalling £28,000 for her dates at Manchester's Phones4U arena.
it's thought around 140 sets of fake tickets were sold for the shows on Tuesday and Wednesday,
They fetched more than £100 each and victims only found out they'd been a victim of the fraud once they arrived at the venue.
At the moment there is no indication any fake tickets were sold for Beyonce's two performances at the LG Arena in Birmingham on Sunday and Monday earlier this week.
However as people from the Midlands could well have travelled to her other dates in Manchester on the following two nights, the British Transport Police are casting their net wide.
Anyone with information about the fraudulent tickets, or who was a victim of the fraud, is asked to call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40. In all calls please quote BTP log NWA/B5 of 28/2/14.
Leicester X-Factor winner Sam Bailey supported Beyonce in Birmingham last night, performing to around 15,000 fans.
Global superstar Beyonce wowed crowds at Birmingham's LG Arena last night with her Mrs Carter tour.
And tonight, crowds are in for an extra treat - as Leicester's X Factor winner Sam Bailey will hit the stage as her support act on the second night of her show tonight.
Beyonce fans have spent all night queueing outside the LG Arena in Birmingham to be at the front of the stage when she performs live tonight.
They've even asked her to let them in early to get them out of the cold.
Birmingham's LG Arena will host Beyonce in the first of two shows this evening.
A few days after her performance at The Brit Awards in London the superstar will take to the stage as part of her Worldwide tour The Mrs Carter Show.
Tomorrow night X Factor's Sam Bailey, from Leicester, will be her supporting act.
Beyoncé fans waited outside in the wind and rain for nearly 12 hours to get a good spot at the international superstar's first UK performance in her World tour, which kicked off at the LG Arena in Birmingham last night.
More fans are camping out today to bag themselves the front row in tonight's second sell out performance.
Tickets sold out in minutes when they went on sale earlier this year.
The cheapest seated tickets have a face value of £55, but some are now fetching upwards £180 on internet auction sites.
Beyoncé kicked off her UK tour last night at the LG arena in Birmingham. Some fans said they'd queued for more than 12 hours to get right to the front of the venue to see the international superstar in action.