POLICE say the body of a missing mother-of-two has still not been found - after a man was charged with her murder.

It comes as dozens of police officers in forensic suits were pictured searching Rock Lane, Hastings this afternoon.

It is thought that the search is related to the disappearance of Alexandra Morgan.

The Argus contacted Kent Police, who are leading the investigation into the 34-year-old’s disappearance, who said a body had not been found.

The force has now confirmed that Ms Morgan’s car, a white Mini Cooper, has been recovered by officers.

However police did not confirm where the car was found.

Kent Police officers, with support of Sussex Police, have been searching three locations in the Hastings and St Leonards-on-Sea area, and one in Sevenoaks Weald, Kent.

And officers wearing forensic suits, gloves and masks were spotted in Hastings 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 already been charged with murdering the 34-year-old.

Mark Brown, of Squirrel Close, has 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.

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