A young woman was robbed by screwdriver-wielding robbers in an early hours attack in Leeds.
Police have now issued e-fit images of two suspects after the 19-year-old was targeted by three men in Headingley.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said: “The victim had been standing with a group of friends when the three suspects, who had two dogs with them, approached and started a conversation. One of the men then produced a screwdriver while another grabbed the victim’s bag from her shoulder.
“The victim tried to keep hold of her bag and was assaulted by all three suspects until she let go. The men then ran off.”
The incident happened at the junction of St Ann’s Lane and St Anne’s Drive at about 3.15am on Sunday, September 22.
Three men, aged 19, 22 and 30, have been arrested. Two were released on police bail. The third was released without charge.
Anyone with information should call PC Erin Mulvenna at North West Leeds robbery team on 101.