Officers are appealing for witnesses to a violent assault which left a man needing facial reconstruction surgery.
A 43-year-old man from Hawley, near Dartford was attacked on London Bridge while making his way to the train station on Wednesday May 15 at around 11.20pm.
The city worker, who wishes to remain anonymous, sustained serious injuries to his eye socket, cheek bone, nose and jaw and is still recovering from a recent operation.
He said he was returning home after attending a work charity event when he was attacked from nowhere, adding: "the first I knew of it was in the ambulance".
Both attackers were described as men in their late 20s of Middle Eastern or North African appearance.
They are believed to have crossed the road heading in the direction of the Barrow Boy and Banker pub and Borough Market, following the assault.
The suspects were dressed formally with short hair. One of the men had short, trimmed facial hair.
It was reported there were three witnesses who helped stop the attack.
One had made himself known to the victim having unlocked his phone at the scene to text across his details.
Now officers are asking for the public’s help to identify two men who they would like to speak to in connection with the attack.
Detective Constable James Andrews said: “We have released images of two men we believe have important information that could help progress our investigation into this violent and senseless attack.
“We would encourage anyone who recognises them to get in touch with police as soon as possible.”
If you recognise either of the two men who could have important information to help progress the investigation please contact the City of London Police by calling 101 and quoting the reference 19*248622.
Alternatively, people can contact Crimestoppers anonymously via their website or by calling 0800 555 111.