Police have made an urgent appeal for witnesses after a cyclist was brutally assaulted by a passing motorist.

The attack took place in the village of Sulham in West Berkshire on June 25.

Between 8pm and 8.20pm, a cyclist was set upon by a motorist at the crossroads between Sulham Hill and Long Lane.

He received a concussion, abrasions and other injuries - and lost four teeth.

The cyclist had been travelling in the Tilehurst direction at the time of the assault.

In a message posted on Facebook, a spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said: "If you witnessed or have any information regarding this incident, please contact the Police Enquiry Centre on 101 and quote ref 43240299907."