Police have named a man they want to speak to after a car was caught on camera driving at a group of cyclists in south London.
Shane Seymour is the main suspect being hunted by officers investigating the roadside row which took place during the morning rush hour in Clapham.
The image of Seymour was taken from the helmet camera of one of the cyclists. Members of the public have been warned not to approach him but to call 999 immediately if he is seen. He is known to have links to South London and the Canterbury areas.
Footage on social media showed a stolen black Audi, which officers say had fake number plates, repeatedly accelerating towards a group of bikers on the pavement.
It then reverses at speed down a side road when an officer arrives at the scene.
IT consultant Dave Clifton, 50, was nearly struck by the car and filmed what happened.
The video starts with the driver yelling while stopped at traffic lights near Clapham North station.
He then swerves into a bus lane, nearly striking the cyclist for the first time. Stopped at a further set of lights, the driver repeatedly throws debris from his car at the cyclist while hurling obscenities.
The Audi takes a left onto a side-street where a witness said he nearly hit another cyclist, according to police.
A large group of bikers stop and the driver turns around, mounts the pavement and drives towards them.
"It's a stolen car," the driver says as they threaten to call the police. An officer in an un-marked car turns up to cheers, but the driver reverses down Dorset Road at speed.
Anyone with any information is asked to call police on 101 and quote CAD 1581/1Aug.