RICHMOND, Va. - This summer, CBS 6 told you about "The Guilty Ones" Motorcycle Club.
The group helped raise money for Annabelle Bishop. She's the young Hanover girl battling a rare disease called Eosinophilic Esophagitis.
Now, one of the members of the motorcycle club is asking for your help. Harrison Hilliar's mom, Sarah Brooks said her son was involved in an accident on Chamberlayne Avenue and Claremont in Richmond on Sunday around 6:30 p.m.
Harrison doesn't remember much from the accident.
However, Brooks said they've gathered information from a police report and witness.
"A car ran a red light, he actually ran into them and he was thrown off the motorcycle," said Brooks. She said the driver fled the scene, but a witness said she saw a dark car with two females inside.
"It's just disgusting that somebody can know that-- that happened," said Brooks. "When I talked to the investigator Monday he said that they knew that they had hit him."
Harrison, and those that care about him are now hoping someone comes forward.
He's suffered a broken knee, broken jaw, and other injuries.
Meanwhile, Harrison has been getting support from all over, including little Annabelle. She and her family made a video for Harrison wishing him well.
"I hope you feel better," Annabelle said in the video.
Harrison said he's thankful for the support, but wants to be able to put the pieces together on what happened that evening.
"It definitely does something for you," he said.
"I love you Harrison, I hope they fix your face," added Annabelle in her cell phone video.
Brooks provided CBS 6 with a report number on the incident. We reached out to Richmond Police, but we are still waiting on information.
Harrison and others ask that you call Richmond Police if you have any information.