Police still do not know the identity of a man who boarded a train at Plumstead and was later found dead on the tracks at London Bridge.

British Transport Police (BTP) have now released an image of the man in an effort to try to identify him so they can also notify his family, and are encouraging anyone who recognises him to get in touch.

The man, believed to be Canadian, was last seen boarding the train at Plumstead and was likely electrocuted to death.

An investigation has also now been launched by the Independent Office for Police Conduct as the man died after having police contact.

BTP officers were called to London Bridge at around 5:30am on March 25 after an off-duty officer requested assistance.

Officers were on their way when the man went onto the tracks.

He sustained severe injuries, believed to be electrocution, and despite the best efforts of paramedics, he was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

A referral was made to the Independent Office for Police Conduct, as is procedure when someone dies following police contact, and they have now launched an investigation.

The BTP say that despite extensive enquiries in the UK and abroad, the man still has not been identified and officers have been unable to inform his family.

He is believed to originate from Canada and is 5ft10 and of slim build, and was last seen boarding the train in Plumstead.

He has numerous tattoos, including a Star of David on his chest.

If you recognise him, or have any information, please contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 36 of 25/03/20.