– Detective Constable Paul Candy, Sussex Police
We believe the man is from north London but we are keen to speak to anyone who recognises him or who knows where he could be.
If you know him please ask him to contact us.
If you have seen him and know who he is please get in touch with us so we can speak to him about what happened.
We want to get justice for the victim and need the public's help.
- Police say the victim checked into the hotel on Sunday July 7, and the attack took place in the early hours of Monday July 8
- She contacted police after returning home to London
- The man seen in the image has not been named
Police have released an image of a man they are trying to trace after a woman from London was raped in a hotel room. The 26-year-old victim was attacked in Brighton while staying at Legends Hotel on Sunday July 7.
An annual veteran car rally began in Hyde Park today.
The event attracts entrants from all over the globe and for the owners of these highly valuable veteran cars it represents a rare opportunity to take their extraordinary automobiles on the historic 60-mile run from Hyde Park in central London to the seafront of Brighton in Sussex.
- Around 28,500 cyclists took part today
- In 38 years around 750, 000 riders have taken part
- They have cycled more than 40 million miles between them
- Riders have raised over £57m to go towards fighting coronary heart disease
After months of preparation the wheels are finally in motion for thousands of cyclists taking part in the annual London to Brighton charity ride.
Nearly 29,000 are making the 54 mile journey this year, with proceeds going to the British Heart Foundation campaign against coronary heart disease.
The weather was gloomy, but spirits at the starting line couldn't be dampened. The riders set off from Clapham Common at staggered times from 6am.
The charity donation page of a runner who died during the Brighton Marathon has passed £23,000.
The page belonging to Sam Harper Brighouse has seen increased activity since he died of a suspected cardicac arrest around the 16 mile mark.
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The charity donation page of a marathon runner who died during the race continues to make a large amount of money.
Sam Harper Brighouse collapsed during the Brighton Marathon, of a suspected cardiac arrest near the 16 mile mark.
He had been running the 26-mile course to raise money for Arms Around the Child, which helps children in India and Africa who have been affected by HIV.
The charity that Sam Harper Brighouse was fundraising for has pledged to use the money from his JustGiving page for a special project in his memory.
In a statement, they said:
“All at Arms Around the Child are deeply distressed by the news that Sam Harper Brighouse from London, running in support of our charity, died after collapsing at the Brighton Marathon on Sunday 14th April 2013.
"We are liaising with his parents to use the money raised through his JustGiving page for a specific project in his memory. We know that Sam was delighted that he had reached his fundraising target and was helping to make a difference to the lives of the children looked after by Arms Around The Child in India and South Africa.”