Two charged with murder of missing man John Iveson

John Iveson John Iveson, who was last seen in January 2007, had business dealings in the construction trade

Two men have been charged with the murder of a man who has been missing from his Cheshire home since 2007.

The body of John Iveson, 36, from Nantwich, has never been found.

Mark Done, 47, from Nantwich and Paul Billington, 39, from Rossett near Wrexham, have been charged with murder.

They are due to appear at Chester Magistrates' Court later. A 63-year-old man from Stoke on Trent and a 36-year-old man from Crewe have been released without charge.

In 2008, detectives offered a reward of £30,000 in a bid to trace Mr Iveson.

He was said to have business dealings in the demolition and construction trade. At the time of his disappearance, Mr Iveson's wife was pregnant with their fifth child.

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