Police addressed the media on Wednesday with more information regarding the CCTV footage of the man they wish to speak with regarding the 2018 Coonamble arson attack.
Detective Inspector crime manager Denise Godden said at this stage no-one has come through with any information regarding the man.
As a result of a large number of inquiries, police were able to come across the CCTV footage.
"We've had some technical problems with that footage, which is why it wasn't released a lot earlier and we've sought a lot of assistance from technical people... to enhance the quality of it," she said.
Det Insp Godden said police aren't aware of who the man is.
"He may have had nothing (to do with the arson attack) or he may have seen something," she said.
"He is quite distinctive, he may have been a visitor to the town, we're not completely sure."
The police have not received, or come across, any other footage from the fire.
Det Insp Godden said at the time of the Coonamble arson attack, a number of other fires occurred in the area, but that people had been charged in relation to those and finalised at court.
"This is a completely separate fire, completely separate investigation," she said.
Police investigating an arson attack in Coonamble have released CCTV footage of a man they want to speak with.
About 1:20am on Thursday August 23, 2018, emergency services were called to reports of a fire on Castlereagh Street.
Fire and Rescue NSW personnel extinguished the blaze, which destroyed several shopfronts.
Orana Mid-Western Police District detectives commenced inquires and the fire was treated as suspicious.
Police have now released footage of a man who they believe can assist with their investigations.
The man is described as caucasian, 55 to 65 years of age, with a slim build and short grey hair. He was last seen wearing jeans, a dark coloured jacket and reading glasses.
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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