His family said he had “disappeared without a trace” and over the past year the Metropolitan Police have made repeated appeals to help find Mr McKeever, offering a £20,000 reward for information. offers money.
Suri Sukshiri, 30, and Juned Sheikh, 47, are now indicted for his murder.
Sukshiri was arrested on September 28 and Sheikh on October 10 and released under investigation.
The respective pairs from Earls Ferry Way in Islington and Haywood Street in Camberwell were due to appear in Willesden Magistrate’s Court on Monday.
McKeever’s body has yet to be found, despite an extensive investigation led by expert criminal investigators who have seen police search buildings, vacant lots, lakes and canals.
On the anniversary of his disappearance, his family released a statement saying that prior to his disappearance his brother was “happy and positive about his future.”
“Our family hadn’t kept in touch with him for several years, but we were so happy to reunite with him last summer and look forward to being with him again to rebuild our family ties. “He seemed happy and positive about the future and remained loyal to his favorite football team, Birmingham City.
“I will really miss his bubbly, kind personality and sense of humor. I’m sure you were looking forward to it.
“Sadly he disappeared without a trace and we are desperate for news.
“We are very concerned for his well-being and safety and will help and assist in whatever he needs. Please contact the organization or the police.”
Anyone with information that might help the investigation is asked to call 101 or tweet @MetCC to cite ref CAD 3224/13Nov21. If you prefer to remain anonymous, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online.
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