The Metropolitan Police have named the third person who has been charged in connection with the disappearance of Justin Henry.
Jamal Ali-Richards, 28, thought to be from Thornton Heath, appeared at Croydon Magistrates Court on Monday having been charged with murder.
Louis Benjamin, 29, from Waddon New Road, was arrested “at an address in Croydon” late on October 24 and charged with murder; he appeared at the Old Bailey on Monday.
On October 18 the police arrested an unnamed 27-year-old woman on suspicion of kidnapping. She has since been bailed until January.
Scotland Yard has released a series of images of the watch and jewellery that Henry, 34, was wearing when he went missing on October 15, in the hope that witnesses may recognise them and come forward with further information.
The Metropolitan Police’s latest media release makes no mention of any murder charges and does not identify Benjamin or Ali-Richards by name.
Of the jewellery photographs, the police say: “Justin’s family have confirmed he was wearing the items when last seen, and CCTV, taken later that day, also shows him wearing the items.”
The photographs show a Rolex watch, three Cartier bracelets and a diamond ring.
Henry was last seen in person on the evening of Sunday, October 15 at his partner’s address in Brixton. At around 9.50pm that evening, he was seen on CCTV buying food at a McDonald’s drive-thru restaurant on London Road in Norbury.
His Mercedes car was seen parked in Waddon New Road for two hours overnight, and recovered at Kingswood Drive, Gipsy Hill, the following day.
Helen Henry, Justin’s mother, said: “Our family are broken and we