Police have released CCTV images of four men they believe may be able to assist an investigation into a £6,454 petrol card fraud at service stations in the Worcester area.
They are urging the men to make contact and also appealing to anyone able to identify them, to also get in touch.
The investigation is over the fraudulent use of a Shell fuel car between 4th January this year and the 16th January.
Police constable Joanne Mayo-Evans, one of the investigating officers, said: “The card was used numerous times daily over the 12-day period with various vehicles being filled with differing types and amounts of fuel.
“The total amount of money involved was £6,454. Different service stations were used in the Worcester area but mainly the Cross Keys garage in Hagley.
“This represents a significant loss to the company and we are anxious to receive any information which might assist our inquiries.”
She added that the four men pictured could be among those who could provide information to help the investigation.
“It is important they make contact and we would also like to hear from anyone else who can identify them.”
Contact West Mercia Police by calling 101 with the reference number 22cf/4012k/14 or information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org