Officers have released photos of a man who might be able to help their enquiries following a fraud incident in Bushey Heath.
At around 11am on Friday, February 14, a woman in her eighties attempted to withdraw money from the ATM at Tesco in High Road.
The machine swallowed her card and she called her bank.
A fraudulent transaction on her card had already taken place and a further attempt to use it was made while the victim was still on the phone to the bank.
Investigator Kay Leverton, from the Hertsmere Local Crime Unit, said: “Two men from London, aged 38 and 39, were arrested in connection with the incident and following extensive enquiries they have been released with no further action.
“We are now keen to identify the men pictured as we believe they may have important information about what happened. If you recognise them or have information about the incident, please get in touch by calling the non-emergency number 101 quoting crime reference 41/14372/20.”
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