Police want to speak to these two men in connection with their investigation into a robbery in which £4,000 was spent using a stolen phone.

The robbery happened on May 25 at Market Street tram stop in Manchester City Centre.

Police say the victim's phone was stolen at 1am.

Detectives say it has been established that two individuals approached the victim at the tram stop.

Officer say enquiries have shown that one of the suspects has distracted the victim whilst the other suspect took the victim’s mobile phone and left the area.

Police have released a photograph of two men they are interested in speaking to as part of their investigation.

It is believed that these men might have links to Nottingham.

PC Holden said: "We have explored all lines of enquiry and we are now appealing to the public who may be able to help up with our investigation.

"We understand this type of crime results in unwanted stress and anxiety and are committed on tackling theft and robbery proactively to ensure our city centre remains safe and to prevent any repeat offences.

"We have been working closely with the victim in this case and have kept them updated throughout."

Greater Manchester Police are urging anyone with useful information to contact them at 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111, providing log 1125 of May 27, 2024.

Visit their official website at gmp.police.uk to report any information as well.