Alexandra Morgan: Second man, 53, arrested on suspicion of murder after mum-of-two vanishes nearly two weeks ago

A SECOND man has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the disappearance of a mum-of-two.

Alexandra Morgan – who feared she was being stalked – was last seen on the morning of Sunday, November 14 at a petrol station near Cranbrook, Kent.

She has not been seen or heard from since.

On Thursday, detectives arrested a 40-year-old man from St Leonards-on-Sea on suspicion of killing her.

And it's been announced today that a second man, aged 53 and from Hastings, has been detained on suspicion of the same offence.

Both men remain in custody today as police continue to quiz them.

The Sun exclusively revealed that Ms Morgan chillingly believed she was being stalked, telling a pal someone was "following my every move".

The 34-year-old posted online about the “stalker” in 2018 and then referenced the incident again last year.


In a reply to a pal who asked: “Where have you been?” she said: “Living the best life where nobody followed my every move.”

Another friend posted: “I was wondering only the other day where you’d gone! Hope all is ok.”

In another post from 2019 she shared an image with the words: “Hi stalker”.

Ms Morgan wrote: “Stop stalking my page lovelies.

"It’s quite sad… not only that but you're making it more obvious by the day, seeing as we are not even friends on Facebook.

“Nothing to see here pal unless I want you too… If you carry on I'll post your antics for all to see. Have a lovely day!”


Cops are searching three locations in the Hastings and St Leonards-on-Sea area.

Ms Morgan's car was seen making journeys between her home in Sissinghurst, Kent, and towards the Hastings area of East Sussex.

The Mini, number plate MF55 YHM, is said to be “key to establishing her whereabouts”.

Petrol station manager Rose McAuley, 32, a friend of Ms Morgan's, served her when she topped up with £10-worth of fuel and bought coffee and a snack on the morning of her disappearance.

She said of the last time she saw her friend of 17 years: “She was more done up than I’ve ever seen her before.

“And she came in very early in the morning which was unlike her.”

She called Ms Morgan's disappearance a "complete mystery".

“Alex never gets embarrassed so I don’t think it’s a case of her being afraid to come home. I just hope nothing bad has happened to her," she said.

“I just hope she’s okay and turns up. It’s really worrying.”

    Source: Read Full Article