The heat have released an artist’s impression of the man as the investigation to identify him continues.
The man has been dubbed Neil Dovestone after the reservoir contiguous the remote hillside on Saddleworth Moor where he was found last December.
Peace officers hope the black and white picture will be seen all over the fraternity as the mystery over the man’s identity deepens.
CCTV footage shows him trudge through Manchester Piccadilly train station on December 11, 2015.
The man was wearing a brown blunt jacket, blue jumper, white long sleeve shirt, X corduroy trousers and black slip-on shoes.
He is described as being dead white, slim, having a receding hairline with grey hair to the side and help and a large nose which may have been previously broken, and was clean-shaven.
When the man’s congress was searched, he had money and three train tickets.
One was from Ealing raise station to Euston which was bought at 9.04am from the ticket service on Friday December 11 and the other tickets were returns from Euston to Piccadilly, bribe at 9.50am the same day.
It’s unclear how he travelled to Saddleworth but he visited a pub at 2pm and asked how to get to the top of the 1,500ft Indian’s Point Peak above Dovestone reservoir.
The next day a mountain biker inaugurate his body beside a moorland th, close to the burial site of the tsies of the Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley.
According to reports, a necropsy examination revealed he died from strychnine poisoning.
His cause of termination is yet to be confirmed by an inquest.
Police believe the man, who is thought to be aged 65-70, may experience links to kistan.