An e-fit of a man wanted in connection with an attack in south London which saw a woman and child have a noxious substance thrown at them has been released by police.
A 63-year-old woman and her niece, 13, were driving on County Road near the junction of Norbury Avenue in Thornton Heath when a white van started driving towards them.
As the road was not wide enough, the victim tried to move her car in front of a parked motorbike. The white van then moved parallel to the car and before the worman could speak, he squirted a suplhuric acid from a plastic "squeezy" bottle.
They were immediately taken to hospital where their injuries were deemed non life threatening.
The suspect then sped off along County Road before turning right onto Norbury Avenue.
The attack happened at 11:30 on 8 April.
Detectives are now appealing for anyone who may have been in the area at the time to review any CCTV or dashcam footage they may hold that could help with their investigation.
The victims have described the suspect as a white man, around 40 years old of chubby build, with ginger/grey hair . He had a beard and brown eyes.
Det Const Ben Briselden, who is investigating the attack, said: “Luckily, neither victim suffered any long-term damage; however they have been left extremely shaken by this ordeal, and we are committed to pursuing every viable lead to bring the perpetrator to justice."