Please find missing mum who vanished 11 DAYS ago, beg pals as cops ‘concerned’

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Police are becoming “increasingly concerned” for the welfare of the missing mother of two.

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Alexandra Morgan disappeared 11 days ago – as her friends beg detectives to find her.

Alex was last seen on 14 November
Police say mother's car is 'key to trace her whereabouts'

Police say mother’s car is ‘key to trace her whereabouts’

Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate detectives have taken over the investigation amid growing concerns from Kent Police.


They are looking for the area around the village of Westfield, on the outskirts of Hastings, East Sussex.

A spokesperson said the force is becoming “more and more concerned” for her welfare and that it is “completely out of character” that the mother does not contact her two children.

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Alexandra, known as Alex to her friends, was last seen on November 14 at 7.20 am.

Rose McAulley, 32-year-old petrol station manager who has known a missing mother for 17 years, served Alex that morning when she topped it with 10 pounds’ worth of fuel and bought a coffee and snacks.

Her white Mini Cooper was also seen traveling towards her home in Sissinghurst, Kent and the Hastings area of ​​East Sussex.

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

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Rose said: “I don’t think anyone knows what happened to her or where she’s gone. Not seeing her car at all since then is an absolute mystery.

“A friend and I went around Hastings looking for it, but found nothing.

“Alex is never embarrassed so I don’t think it’s a case of him being afraid to come home. I hope nothing bad has happened to him.

“I hope she is fine and will be fine. It’s really worrying.”

Alex, a former dog-groomer, said she was planning to visit friends in Yorkshire for a week – but complained that her black-roofed Mini needed repairs.

Alex often comes in without any makeup and in casual clothes because this is her local shop, as you would.

“Alex was really dressed up with a full face of makeup, her hair cut and well dressed when she was posing so well that Sunday.

“I’ve never seen her before, she was working much more than that. And she came very early in the morning which was the opposite of her.

“Alex seemed to be in a good mood and smiling. He was just your normal Alex — tripping over the wet floor sign and laughing about it.

The police have taken CCTV from the garage and interviewed Rose.

Detective Chief Inspector Neil Kimber of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate said: “We are becoming increasingly concerned for Alexandra’s welfare. She has two children and it is completely out of character for her not to contact them.

“Anyone who has seen Alexandra or knows where she may be is urged to contact the Appeal Line. We are also asking the public to call us if they see her white Mini.

“His car is important to establish his whereabouts and to make sure we know he is safe.”

Kent Police Chief Inspector Lizzie Jones said: “She hasn’t seen or contacted her kids in nine days and that’s completely out of character for Alex.

“We are appealing to the public to help us investigate this missing person and, in fact, we are so concerned that the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate is leading an investigation.”

Alexandra is about five feet six inches tall with a slim build and brown shoulder length hair.

When last seen, she was wearing a green knee-length quilted coat, a black top, ripped blue jeans, knee-high black boots and a silver necklace.

It comes just days after missing teenager Bobby-Anne McLeod went missing from her home in Plymouth, Devon.

Police searching for the missing 18-year-old found a body eight miles from where she had disappeared.

It is feared that she was snatched by a stranger as sources close to the family said they did not know who the two suspects were.

Police are believed to be investigating whether Bobby-Anne was picked up by a stranger off the road.

Police are also trying to find out how many people were involved in his disappearance and whether there was any sexual motive.

A major event public portal has been set up for the public to submit information about Alex’s disappearance, via CCTV or dashcam footage.

Anyone who has seen Alexandra or her car is urged to call Kent Police by quoting 101 reference number 18-0280. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously.

Alex has been missing for 11 days

Alex has been missing for 11 days
Her friend, Rose, is believed to be one of the last people to see her.

Her friend, Rose, is believed to be one of the last people to see her.

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