A grim video shows a teenage thug run over to a woman walking her dog and knock her to the ground by hitting her in the face.
In the clip, recorded on a doorbell camera in Gillingham, Kent, Susan Linnell is walking her pooch along a pavement.
The teen then approaches from the right of the frame and charges towards her and the next moment the woman is sprawled on the ground.
He keeps on running and leaves her on the floor after the unprovoked assault on August 6 at around 8.30pm, Kent Live reports.
Susan's daughter Becky Linnell shared CCTV footage of the crime on Facebook and has appealed for anyone with information on the identity of the attacker.
Becky said the suspect was a "young boy" who was white and didn't have any facial hair.
Describing the attack, she said: "She [her mum] was walking at the bottom of Windmill Road Gillingham, the bit by the bridge over Chatham Hill.
"He punched her in the face she fell hit her head."
Becky said she was searching for more CCTV of the suspect and asked people to keep an eye out.
Many viewers were horrified by the post, with one writing: "Seeing this makes me feel sick to my stomach, give mum our love and wish her a speedy recovery."
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Someone else commented: "Hope your mum is OK, sending love. Hope they catch him."
A Kent Police spokesman said: "We were called to a report that a woman had been assaulted by a man in Windmill Road, Gillingham.
"The victim was assessed by a paramedic but did not require hospital treatment.
"The suspect is described as being white and in his late teens.
"He is reported to have been carrying a high visibility jacket and was last seen running down Longhill Avenue.
"Enquiries remain ongoing and anyone with information that can assist officers is asked to call Kent Police on 01634 792209 quoting 46/142186/21.
"You can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or complete the online form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org."
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