A man killed at the East Camberwell railway station almost two months ago is still to be identified.
Police are appealing to the public to help identify the man, who was struck by a train on September 14.
After releasing CCTV footage of the victim last month, police are no closer to identifying him.
The footage shows the man wandering around Flinders Street Station at various times throughout the day, before taking the Belgrave line and ending up at Blackburn Station about 9.52am.
He is described as Caucasian, aged 18 to 25 and 167 centimetres tall, with a slim build, short brown hair and facial stubble.
The man was wearing Crocker blue jeans with light blue waterproof pants over the top, an athletic brand T-shirt and a jumper. He also wore a black and yellow jumper and a black hooded jumper with a white stripe.
The man was carrying several items, including an unregistered public transport smartcard, a black wallet containing a piece of paper displaying a number of eight-digit combinations, and a pocket-sized notebook with the front pages torn out.
Detectives have made inquiries interstate and overseas to try to identify the man and urge anyone with information to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.