A badly injured motorcyclist has been mugged by a thief who pretended to give him first aid, when he was in fact stealing cash.
The fake "good Samaritan" was caught on a cyclist's head camera when he came over to the site of a crash between a blue Triumph Bonneville motorcycle and silver Audi outside a supermarket in Hayes last month.
The 51-year-old motorcyclist had serious leg injuries and was lying in the road bleeding heavily when the conman appeared to come to help. He is suspected of stealing £40 cash from the stricken rider after the accident outside Lidl in Uxbridge Road, Hayes on June 7.
- The suspect is a light-skinned, slim black man, aged is in his 30s
- He was wearing a baseball cap backwards, tan coloured shorts and an orange patterned shirt
- He had a strong West Indian accent
Anyone with information can call police on 020 8246 1486 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to remain anonymous.