An 80-year-old man left with horrific injuries after home invaders robbed him of his life savings remains in a serious condition, police say.
Tommy Ward's daughter Jackie Perry said those who beat up her dad were "animals" who "left him for dead for the sake of money".
Police have appealed for further help to find the attackers of ex-miner Tommy Ward 50 days after the raid on his home in Maltby, South Yorkshire.
Detectives say they believe the key to finding those who took part in the "vicious and cowardly assault" lies in the local community.
Mr Ward, who only weighs nine stone, was found badly injured at his home in Salisbury Road on Thursday 1st October. A safety deposit box was taken along with a substantial amount of cash, thought to be around £30,000.
After the attack, Mr Ward's family - which includes his four children, 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren - described his attackers as "monsters".
South Yorkshire Police said the pensioner remains in hospital in a serious condition with a "significant neurological injury".
Posters are now being distributed across the local community in the hope that they will jog people's memories and encourage more people to come forward to help with the investigation.
Detective Inspector Richard Partridge, who is overseeing the investigation, said:
A box similar to the one reported stolen from Mr Ward was recovered in the Kilnhurst area of Rotherham two weeks after the attack but officers said he can't be sure it is the same one.
Two 19-year-old men are on police bail after being arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and burglary.