Police are investigating after a man and a woman were left seriously injured after being attacked on a Dundee street.
The pair were knocked to the ground and assaulted outside the Co-op on Brook Street, Dundee.
They are said to have been attacked following a row with another man and woman.
The incident took place on Saturday, September 14 at about 9.20pm.
The female victim, 42, suffered a serious injury to her face and was rushed to Ninewells Hospital.
The 44-year-old man who was attacked suffered bruising to his eye.
The pair were both knocked to the ground during the attack.
The woman being sought by police described as white, with long, dark hair. She was wearing a black Nike tracksuit.
The male suspect is white, about 6ft tall, and was wearing a maroon t-shirt and blue jeans.
They are both said to be in the late-30s or early-40s.
Police say they are carrying out door-to-door inquiries and are reviewing CCTV.
Detective Constable Andrew Howe said: “From inquiries carried out so far, we know there were a number of people at the ATM machine who would have witnessed this attack.
“There are also a number of properties that overlook the shop and I am appealing to people in the area to contact us.
“A young woman has sustained a serious facial injury and any small piece of information could prove significant in our enquiries and help us trace the couple responsible for this attack so please do pass it on.”
Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting the incident number 4260 of Saturday, September 14 2019. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to give information anonymously.