Four youths are being sought following what police have described as a racially aggravated criminal attack.
In an incident revealed on Tuesday, officers said five large windows were smashed at the Islamic Centre in London Road, Camberley, Surrey, on 4 January.
Witnesses said the attack happened at 2300 GMT after the four suspects had been seen leaving the Dolphin pub opposite the centre at closing time.
The offenders were described as white, and aged between 15 and 20 years old.
Two of them were seen to damage the glass at the front of the building, while the other pair ran around the back.
They ran off in the direction of Dorchester Court after the attack, which caused an estimated £1,000 worth of damage.
The first suspect was described as being of a slim build, wearing a blue hooded top and dark shell suit bottoms. He was carrying a black rucksack.
The second suspect was described as being of a stocky build, about 5ft 10in tall, and was wearing jeans, a beige jacket and a beige beanie hat.
The third suspect was also of a stocky build, with a shaved head. He was wearing jeans and a black jacket.
Police said there were no details given for the fourth offender.
An investigation is also under way into an incident at a nearby block of flats on the same evening, where more than £1,000 worth of criminal damage was caused to property.