A young woman lost several teeth on Valentine's night when she and her partner were attacked by a group of men as they left a celebration evening in a nearby local public house.
The woman was pushed into the road and fell on her face, causing the serious injuries which ended with her being detained in hospital.
The February 14 attack happened in Newport Pagnell, Bucks., as the two victims were walking together towards the town's High Street after leaving the Bull Inn.
A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said that the couple were approached by three men and possibly a woman.
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He said: "The men began arguing with one of the victims before pushing him into the road.
"The second victim was also pushed into the road, causing her to hit her face on the ground.
"Both victims sustained head injuries and the female victim lost several teeth and required hospital treatment, but has since been discharged.
"The first offender is described as a white man, approximately in his late teens to mid-20s and was wearing a grey jacket and grey bottoms.
"Another of the offenders was also white and around the same age and was wearing a black jacket."
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Investigating officer Police constable Hayley Byrne, based at Milton Keynes police station, said: "I am appealing for witnesses to this incident, which was a frightening experience for the victims, to come forward.
"I would appeal to anyone who was in the area around this time, and who thinks they may have information, to come forward and speak to the police."
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