A CAR belonging to a mother-of-two, who is believed to have been murdered, has been found - after officers were seen searching a country lane.

Officers from Kent Police recovered the white Mini Copper belonging to Alexandra Morgan, who went missing on Sunday, November 14.

The force has not confirmed where the car was found.

The Argus: Officers searching Rock Lane, Hastings this afternoonOfficers searching Rock Lane, Hastings this afternoon

However, this afternoon, dozens of officers were pictured searching Rock Lane, Hastings.

It is thought that the search is connected with the disappearance of the 34-year-old.

Police previously searched a sites in the Hastings and St Leonard's area.

And officers wearing forensic suits, gloves and masks were spotted this afternoon.

Images taken from the scene show several police vans parked along the road, as officers gathered around.

A man from St Leonards has been charged with murdering the 34-year-old, although her body has not been found.

Detective Chief Inspector Neil Kimber, of the Kent and Essex serious crime directorate, said: “While a man has been charged, the investigation continues, and we remain keen to hear from anyone who may have information which can assist with our enquiries.”

Mark Brown, of Squirrel Close, has already appeared at Lewes Crown Court in connection with her disappearance.

Ms Morgan, from Sissinghurst, Kent was last seen at a petrol station near her home on November 14.

Sussex Police were approached for comment. The force told The Argus to contact Kent Police about the matter.

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