Forensic police officers have spent the morning searching the house of a missing mum.
Forensic officers seen leaving the home of missing mum Alexandra Morgan just metres from petrol station where she was last seen
Dozens of officers in white overalls were seen going in and out of the home, which is just metres away from the Shell garage, where she was last seen on Remembrance Sunday.
Around five unmarked police cars, as well as a patrol car, were parked outside the house at around 11.30am on the main road.
Police stood and talked for a couple of minutes at the end of the drive, where a single bouquet of flowers has been laid, before entering the house.
Ms Morgan's white Mini Cooper which she filled up with petrol at the nearby garage has been found, police confirmed earlier this week.
Mark Brown, 40, of Squirrel Close, St-Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, was charged on Sunday with her murder.
On Tuesday, Brown appeared at Lewes Crown Court, and was remanded to appear before the court in February.
Alexandra was last seen at the petrol station at 7.20am on Sunday, November 14, and has not been in contact with her family since.
Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate began leading on efforts to find Alexandra and last week launched a murder investigation.
Inquiries to locate Alexandra’s body remain ongoing with searches continuing with support from Sussex Police in several locations in Kent and Sussex.
Residents can expect to see a heightened police presence in the Hastings and St Leonards-on-Sea areas as inquiries continue.
Det Ch Insp 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."
Anyone with information is urged to contact Kent Police on 101 quoting reference number 18-0280.
You can also send information and share CCTV or dashcam footage that may be able to assist our officers, through the Major Incident Public Portal.
You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111, or by using the online form on their website.