A man has faced court in Adelaide over the cold case murder of spray painter Jason De Ieso in 2012.
Kyle Lloyd Pryde, 31, handed himself in to police in Queensland on Tuesday and faced Adelaide Magistrates Court charged with murder on Friday morning.
He made no application for bail, though his lawyer said outside court he may apply at a future hearing.
Five men with links to the Hells Angels bikie gang have already been charged with the murder of Mr De Ieso, who was gunned down at his Adelaide workshop.
They are Daniel Mark Jalleh, Ross William Montgomery and brothers Husain Ali Alzuain, Mohamed Alzuain and Musa Ali Alzuain.
Another man, Jake Byron Martin-Herde, has been charged with assisting an offender.
In September, Adelaide detectives identified Pryde as a man also wanted in connection with the murder of Mr De Ieso, who was thought to have been an innocent victim of a protracted feud between the Hells Angels and Finks bikie gangs.
Major crime detectives flew to Brisbane to seek his extradition, which was granted on Thursday.
Magistrate John Fahey remanded him in custody to reappear before the court in December.