Police in Launceston are continuing their investigations into a Molotov cocktail attack at the station earlier this month.
A Molotov cocktail was thrown into the station's rear car park on June 12 in what police said was an attempt to hit diesel fuel tanks.
New CCTV footage released by police today shows a man walking along Charles Street around the time of the incident.
Detective Inspector Craig Fox said police had identified some suspects from camera footage in the area and have spoken to a couple of people regarding the incident.
At this point all avenues are being investigated by police as to the intent and identity of the perpetrator, according to Detective Inspector Fox.
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This includes the ongoing possibility the individual was part of a crime syndicate.
"We don't know who this person is, they could be part of a group of people ... we're not ruling that out," he said.
"We're still seeking further evidence, so we're asking if anyone who has any information to be able to identify this person to let us know."
No one was harmed in the incident, and minimal damage was caused to the station.
Detective Inspector Fox said the station will look at ways to improve station security as well as make sure staff know about safety procedures entering and exiting the station.
Anyone with information that would assist police to identify this person is asked to phone Launceston CIB on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.