Following previous reports that Arthur Simpson-Kent, the boyfriend of missing ex-EastEnders actress, Sian Blake had fled to Ghana, there is now proof of that the possible murderer of the TV star is now in Ghana.
ITV News published and exclusive picture of Arthur Simpson-Kent arriving in Ghana - just three days after being questioned by police. Arthur Simpson-Kent, 48, was quizzed by officers over his partner's disappearance on December 16 but travelled Ghana three days later. He was pictured arriving at Kotoka International Airport in the capital Accra at just after 9pm local time.
Ms Blake's body and those of her two children were discovered buried in the garden of the family's home in Erith, Kent on Monday. Ava Blake, Sian's sister, said Simpson-Kent must be brought back to the UK to face questions over her relatives' deaths. According to Ava, her sister was about to leave Simpson-Kent - who she described as "controlling" - at the time of her disappearance.
Mr Simpson-Kent is a hairdresser in the fashion industry. The hairdresser was born Norman Simpson-Kent in Hounslow, West London, but changed his name to Arthur. On his business website, he claims to have worked as a hairdresser for Versace, Armani and Chanel. In 1999, he married French national Dominique Deblieux in east London and they had a daughter who is thought to be 16 years old. Mother and daughter moved to France when the couple split up. According, to his Facebook page Mr Simpson-Kent is originally from Cape Coast, in Ghana.