Police want to speak to a man following a violent attack incident which left a 63-year-old with fractures to his eye socket.
The Met has released a grainy CCTV still of a person they say can help with their inquiries into the assault in Westminster on December 5.
It saw the victim first hit in the face by a glass bottle before being whipped by a belt, and sustaining injuries which included cuts, bruises and three fractures to an eye socket.
The attack began at around 5pm inside the Edgware Road Post office, in Marylebone , when the victim returned to the store to pick up a shopping bag he had left there.
He found another person holding the bag instead, leading to an argument between the pair which resulted in the victim being struck across the face with a glass bottle.
The suspect left the shop but when aware he was being followed by the victim along Edgware Road, he removed his belt and continued his assault by striking the 63-year-old with it.
Police say the attack left the victim traumatised.
They hope despite the poor quality of the image, somebody will recognise the man shown in the CCTV image.
He is black, around 6ft tall and aged between 35 and 45, and was wearing a light coloured beanie hat and spoke with an English accent.
Anyone with has information that may assist the investigation can contact Westminster CID on 07500766462 or 101, or via Twitter @MetCC
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