A man suffered multiple fractures after being ‘viciously attacked’ by a group in Aylesbury.
The victim, a 43-year-old man, was walking in Bedwyn Walk at 4pm on Thursday September 22.
He was then approached by a group of four men who assaulted him.
The first man is white, about 5ft 8ins and in his mid to late teens.
He was wearing an Adidas top and bottoms, and was carrying a bag.
The second man is white, of medium build, with black short hair, about 5ft 9ins and in his mid to late teens.
He was wearing a grey Adidas hooded top and black Adidas trainers.
The third man is Asian and in his late teens.
He was wearing blue jeans, grey trainers, a blue Puffa-style body warmer and a grey hooded top.
The fourth man is white, about 6ft and slim.
He was wearing a blue hooded top, grey tracksuit bottoms and purple and black Nike Air Max trainers.
Investigating officer Det Con Edward Blackburn said: “This was a vicious assault on the victim, who sustained multiple fractures to his head, including a fractured eye socket, a fractured jaw and a fractured cheek bone.
“He was treated at Stoke Mandeville Hospital but has since been discharged and is recovering at home.
“I would appeal to anyone who saw anything unusual in the vicinity of Bedwyn Walk on Thursday afternoon, or anyone who recognises the description of the offenders to contact police immediately so we can bring these violent offenders to justice.”
Anyone with information is asked to call the police enquiry centre on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.