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Dead man remains a mystery

STAFF REPORTER

Police are calling for public help in their investigation into the identity of a man killed on in March, 1998.

The man died instantly after being hit by a northbound train between the Burswood and Victoria Park Train Stations about 11.20pm on Sunday, March 7.

Despite extensive inquiries, the man has not been identified.

Police spokeswoman Naomi Smith said DNA and fingerprint inquiries were being conducted overseas with Interpol.

However, Sergeant Smith said the inquiries had so far drawn a blank.

The dead man had fair skin and was aged between 20 and 40.

He was of slim to medium build, between 170 and 175cm tall, and had hazel eyes and balding with ginger/blonde hair.

The man (composite image of him pictured) was wearing a green/blue business shirt, green trousers, brown belt and black Rivers brand shoes.

The second image is a still photograph from simulated footage showing what the man was wearing at the time.

Anyone with relevant information information about the man should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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