Detectives investigating an anti-Semitic attack on a senior rabbi who was beaten to the ground have released CCTV images of two men.
The religious leader was set upon by two attackers who shouted "Kill the Jews" in Stamford Hill, north London, on Friday night.
He had left the Bobov Synagogue in Egerton Road and was walking along Clapton Common when he was attacked in Amhurst Park.
The victim, who is 54, had travelled to the UK to attend a family wedding and has since returned to Israel.
Fellow Rabbi Herschel Gluck said he was left "bruised and traumatised" by his ordeal.
The two suspects are pictured at Stamford Hill station, wearing dark jackets with the hoods up, jeans and trainers.
Investigators said they also want to speak to a potential witness - a woman who was at the scene of the attack, who was wearing a white jacket and had a shopping trolley.
Anyone who witnessed the attack or knows either of the men can call police on 07500 850625 quoting CAD 6332/30Nov, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.