- Jeremiah Rivers, who vanished in 2021, called his cousin fearing for his life.
- His cousin believes Rivers argued with a friend and was possibly harmed by the group he was travelling with.
- Despite extensive searches and investigations, no evidence of Rivers or foul play has been found, leaving his fate uncertain.
Hours before disappearing in Queensland’s remote south-west, Jeremiah Rivers phoned his cousin for help to get away from the pig hunters he was travelling with, a court has been told.
Rivers, known as Jayo, disappeared after the seven men stopped at Wippo Creek near Noccundra on the way from NSW to the Northern Territory in October 2021.