More than a month has passed since fire fighters were called to a blaze near the Queensland town of Gympie and made an horrific find.
But police are no closer to knowing the name of the man whose charred, headless and limbless torso they found that evening.
Officers on Friday made another appeal for help to solve the crime, which is being treated as murder.
This time they want information about a person spotted in a gold or orange car parked on Cedar Pocket Road on September 19.
It was spotted not long before the torso - minus the head, arms below the elbows, and everything below the ribs - was discovered.
Senior Sergeant Gregg Davey, from Gympie CIB, believes the car could provide the break officers so desperately need.
"We believe a late-model compact car, possibly a hatchback in a gold or orange colour range, was parked in the area around the time where the torso of the man was located," he said.
"We are urging the person connected with this vehicle to come forward to police.
"It is thought this person and car are connected in some way to the discovery of the body."
Sgt Davey said the victim's identity remained a mystery.
"This man is missing from someone's life and we are urging anyone who may have concerns for the welfare of a man they know to contact us," he said.
"Whether its someone from your family, a neighbour, someone your work with, or just someone you usually see out and about, if you haven't seen them since September 19, please let us know."
Police have previously released an image of a towel like one found near the charred remains.
Officers are continuing their efforts to track down every person who used Cedar Pocket Road in the early evening in question.