A man accused of killing two people in outback Quorn last year can be named publicly after a suppression on his identity was lifted by a South Australian court.

Jose Enzo Omonte-Extrada, 19, was filmed at the rear of a State Emergency Service team which was called in to search for clues after two alleged murders last December.

The teenager has appeared via a video link in Port Augusta Magistrates Court charged with two counts of murder.

It is alleged he killed Jessie Leigh Fullerton, 22, who was found dead a a road on the outskirts of Quorn.

The body of 16-year-old Port Pirie girl Rebecca Wild was found buried in a shallow grave at Quorn cemetery.

Omonte-Extrada was remanded in custody and is due back in court in April.