Sussex Police are looking for the driver of a car which crashed in Woodingdean, who left the scene before emergency services arrived.
The incident happened at 6.10pm on Saturday 5th April, when the Nissan Micra saloon left the Warren Road and collided with racecourse fencing.
Police currently have no description of the driver and full circumstances of the crash are still being established.
PC Jim Annand, of Sussex Road Policing Unit, said: "If you saw what happened or know who the driver is, please call us on 101 or firstname.lastname@example.org quoting serial 1153 of 5/4."
Simon Kirby, the Brighton Kemptown MP, is calling on Brighton and Hove City Council and the police to look into the issue of anti-social behaviour in Woodingdean.
Mr Kirby has been surveying his constituents in the area and has found that anti-social behaviour is an issue concerning a number of residents.
He said: ‘"People have a right to lead their lives without fear and the threat of intimidation. Noise and general disturbance are being spoken of by constituents who are helpfully returning their survey forms."
There is a dusting of snow on the downs. Traffic is at standstill at Woodingdean near Brighton.