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Guy killed by two trains mysterious after nine years

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A man killed after being strike by two separate trains around the outskirts of Melbourne has nevertheless not been identified – 9 years after his death.

The man, believed to be among 20 and 30 years older, was standing in front associated with a stationary train at Pakenham Railway Station on August 14, 2008, when the train started to move and struck your pet down.  

While the first car owner didn’t notice the man, the particular driver of a second teach which appeared 10 minutes afterwards did – though it has been too late to prevent hitting your pet again.

He was found along with no identification, and police finger-print checks gave no information.

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A man killed after being hit by two separate trains nine years ago remains unidentified (pictured is a digital recreation of his face)

A man killed after being strike by two separate trains 9 years ago remains unidentified (pictured is a digital recreation associated with his face)

Despite a substantial strategy to identify the person, police had been never able to find any kind of information and therefore have already been unable to notify his family members.  

Chilling CCTV footage taken simply moments before he stepped on to the train tracks shows the particular man board the stationary teach and put his head in the hands.

He then takes the few steps backwards and seems to place his head within his hands once again before the particular video cuts out.  

Detective Mature Constable Mick Van Der Heyden from the Cardinia Crime Analysis Unit has issued a refreshing plea to anyone who understands the man to come ahead and help identify him.

‘This man would have had the family; he’d have been somebody’s son, he could have already been the brother, a father, an granddad or a friend, ‘ he or she said in a statement upon Tuesday.

The man had boarded a stationary train at Pakenham Station before getting off and moving to the tracks outside just after 9pm on August 14, 2008

The guy had boarded a stationary teach at Pakenham Station before obtaining off and moving to the particular tracks outside soon after 9pm upon August 14, 2008

‘I have simply no doubt that his family would certainly dearly love to know exactly what has happened to their adored one, and we want to recognize this man and bring several closure for the family’

The guy is of Indian appearance, regarding 170cm tall and has darkish hair along with a short beard.  

He was found wearing a sports activities club jacket from the New Southern Wales Rugby Club with the logo stating ‘Valley Statesman Rugby League’.

The jacket’s original proprietor is believed to have

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