A young woman from Lincoln is appealing for help in catching the woman who attacked her in a late-night kebab shop leaving her with a broken neck and close to being paralysed.
18 year old Toni Moody-Miller says she was grabbed by her throat and repeatedly punched on May 20.
The attack happened at the Romeo's Pizza shop on Clasketgate in Lincoln.
Doctors put her in a special collar to keep her neck straight to prevent her from accidentally making her injuries worse.
Toni has only recently had her neck brace removed. She is now recovering from her attack but still has to perform exercises and may need further physiotherapy.
Doctors confirmed that one of her vertebrae was broken in the assault but say they are pleased with how she is recovering.
The teenager still has not been able to return to her job as a care worker full time and is also nervous about going out around the city.
Police have released three CCTV images of people they would like to question over the attack at the takeaway.
Anyone with any information is being asked to contact Lincolnshire Police.