Police are hoping to trace a man caught on CCTV who could be a key witness to a rape in Eastbourne in the early hours of Sunday.
The man seen in this image was in the area when a woman was raped on the lower promenade around 2am.
The victim, a 21-year-old woman, had been out with friends on Saturday evening but left by herself. She was walking on the upper promenade at around 2am, towards the pier, when a man she had not met before pulled her onto the lower promenade, just to the east side of the pier, where he raped her.
Detective Chief Inspector Ian Williams said: "This man could hold key information about what happened and could help us trace the suspect.
The man who raped her is described as Asian or mixed race, medium build with a bald head or shaved head, no taller than 5' 6" with a round face and clean shaven. He was wearing a thick dark coloured jumper with a round neck with buttons or a zip to half way down his chest, he had a blue T-shirt on underneath.
Ten new stamps celebrating the variety and originality of the UK's seaside architecture are being launched by the Royal Mail today.
The selection features distinctive types of architecture from resorts large and small, from the Victorian and art deco eras, to 1930s' modernism up to the present day.
Among six special stamps are images of Eastbourne's blue-domed seafront bandstand, along with a modern shelter further east on the East Sussex coast in Bexhill-on-Sea.
Meanwhile, a miniature sheet of four stamps has been produced, paying tribute to the piers of Llandudno, Dunoon, Brighton and Worthing, with Southend Pier as the background image.
"This stamp issue captures the spirit of the seaside experience through the buildings and structures that are so distinctive of the UK's resorts, which were designed for the pleasure of the visitor."
All ten stamps can be bought in a presentation pack for £10.05. The miniature sheet depicting four pier stamps is available for £3.80.
From the point of the view of her mother, Amelia's timing could not have been worse.
She was born at the roadside - on the way from Eastbourne to the nearest maternity unit more than 20 miles away at Hastings.
But from the point of view of campaigners - fighting to restore full maternity services to Eastbourne - baby Amelia's timing could not have been better.
Her dramatic arrival comes as health inspectors assess the impact of downgrading services, including maternity, in East Sussex. Andy Dickenson has the story.
From the point of the view of her mother, Amelia's timing could not have been worse. She was born at the roadside - on the way from Eastbourne to the nearest maternity unit more than 20 miles away at Hastings. But from the point of view of campaigners - fighting to restore full maternity services to Eastbourne - baby Amelia's timing could not have been better. Her dramatic arrival comes as health inspectors assess the impact of downgrading services, including maternity, in East Sussex. More later.
The fire that closed Eastbourne Pier three weeks ago has hit the town's traders hard. And none harder than the stallholders who were trading on the pier itself. They were uninsured and faced financial ruin. But today they're trading once more. Not on the pier - but the next best thing. John Ryall reports.
The owners of Eastbourne Pier have described the death as a 'terrible tragedy'.
This is a terrible tragedy and we are working with the Police to establish exactly what happened. Our thoughts are with the family and colleagues at this time"
John Ryall joined the crowds to witness the spectacular display of Eastbourne Airbourne
A Government minister came to the south coast today, after accusations that Eastbourne Pier was getting vital cash for a rebuild - at the expense of its neighbour, Hastings.
Both piers suffered devastating fires - Eastbourne last week, Hastings in 2010. But within days, the Prime Minister announced he was giving two million pounds for Eastbourne's rebuild.
Hastings had to go through the long process of a lottery application before public momey was forthcoming, leading to accusations from the Labour Party that the Tories were playing politics.
David Johns reports, speaking to Penny Mordaunt MP, and the Leader of Hastings Borough Council, Jeremy Birch.
Eastbourne Pier has always been a tourist attraction and, ironically, it's now more popular than ever. Sightseers have been arriving in the town to get a glimpse of the burnt structure. Tom Savvides reports
Following the raging fire that took hold of Eastbourne pier on Wednesday, the prime minister visited the seaside town to announce vital funding for the pier. Two million pounds have been set aside by the government to help rebuild the iconic Sussex landmark. John Ryall sends this report from Eastbourne.