On suspicion of the murder of a mother-of-2 who disappeared on Poppy Day, a man was arrested.
Alexandra Morgan last saw her filling her Mini Cooper’s white tank at Shell on Remembrance Sunday morning at 7.20am. She was about three miles away from Sissinghurst in Kent.
The 34-year old woman was missing from her family’s home in Cranbrook, Kent since she left the garage.
Kent Police stated today that the investigation was being considered a murder probe. A man was also arrested.
According to police, the suspect, a 40-year-old male from St Leonards-on-Sea (East Sussex), was taken into custody on suspicion for murder.
Alexandra Morgan (34) vanished ten day ago in Kent on Remembrance Day
Last seen in a Shell garage close to Cranbrook, Kent at 7.20am that Sunday
The Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate Detective Chief Inspector Neil Kimber said today that Alexandra should not contact her family and the case is being treated as a murder investigation.
As part of Ms Morgan’s hunt, officers issued an image of her car in white with a black roof.
Yesterday’s (Wed) publication also included CCTV footage of Morgan in the station.
The car was seen making trips between her house and the Hastings region in East Sussex on Monday, November 14, and Monday 15, according to investigators.
She hasn’t been seen in a while, and her family remains extremely worried for her safety.
Kent Police officers and Sussex Police officers are carrying out searches around three areas in St Leonards-on-Sea, Hastings area to try and track down Ms Morgan.
Det. Ch. Kimber stated: “While our investigations continue, we would encourage anyone who saw Alexandra or her Mini Cooper with black roof to call us.”
“If you believe you might have seen Alexandra, or any other suspicious activity, do not hesitate calling us to let us know.
According to Ms Morgan, she is 5ft 6in tall and slim with shoulder-length brown hair.
Last seen in a green, quilted, knee-length coat with a black top, ripped jeans and silver necklace.