A second man is behind bars, charged with the murder of missing NSW woman Allecha Boyd.
The 27-year-old was last seen on August 10 when she was a passenger in a green Subaru travelling between Wagga Wagga and Coolamon in the state's Riverina region.
Wagga Wagga resident Anthony Shane Hagan, 19, was charged with her murder earlier this month but her body has not been found.
In the wake of his arrest, police hinted that their investigation was ongoing and on Tuesday charged a second local man with Ms Boyd's murder.
Samuel John Shephard, 37, appeared in Wagga Wagga Local Court where he did not apply for bail and it was formally refused.
Friends and supporters of Ms Boyd's family on Tuesday again called for the return of the young woman's remains.
"(It's) just a bloody waiting game until someone does the right thing," one person wrote on Facebook.
"We want you home where you belong, we won't give up, bub," said another.
Police arrested Hagan at a home in Gurwood Street, Wagga Wagga, where they say they also seized a loaded shortened rifle.
"We will be alleging he was involved in Allecha's disappearance and subsequent murder," Detective Inspector Darren Cloake told AAP at the time.
Hagan faces a string of charges including drug possession, breaching bail, several driving offences and murder.
He did not apply for bail when he appeared in Wagga Wagga Local Court a week ago and will reappear in relation to the firearms, drugs and driving charges at the same court on December 6.
He and Shepard are then expected to face court on January 24 on the murder charges.