A TWISTED commuter allegedly swiped a phone from a woman suffering a seizure by pretending to be a Good Samaritan.
Cops have issued an appeal for information about the brazen theft, which took place near Birmingham's Selly Oak station.
PA:Press Association2 The woman is believed to have posed as a Good Samaritan
PA:Press Association2 She stole the phone as she tended to a woman having a seizure
MOST READ IN NEWSFACE THAT SAID 'HELP' Waitress 'saves abused kids from cruel dad' with help from diners GAME CHANGER Maths whizz reveals a simple way to work out percentages SICK 'CONFESSION' Man 'raped girl, 3, and infected her with gonorrhoea and chlamydia' 'BABY CRUSH' DEATH Mum 'killed baby by crushing ribs until they BROKE to stop her crying' HAND OF GOD 'Real guardian angel' saves stranger's life with simple tap on the shoulder JODIE ARREST Second man arrested over 17-year-old Jodie Chesney's stabbing murder
The victim – a woman in her 20s – suffered a seizure outside the station on February 17.
Detectives claim another woman rushed over to help – but craftily slipped the victim's phone in her pocket.
The victim was then rushed to hospital by ambulance.
Anyone who recognises the woman in the CCTV images is urged to contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50.
Moment pickpockets who stole £25k from holidaymakers at Heathrow were caught on CCTV nicking bag in arrivals