The 30-year-old’s charred body was discovered by bushwalkers at Austinville on October 17, sparking an intense investigation to find out the identity of both the victim and his killer.

Police issued a public plea to help identify the man when they released pictures of a fake Gucci designer belt and other pieces of jewellery, before DNA testing confirmed the man’s identity late last week.

His family overseas have since been notified.

Police this afternoon released Mr Alamri’s name and photograph in a bid to ignite a breakthrough in the investigation.

Another Saudi national was last month shot in the leg, but police are yet to confirm whether the two events are linked.

However, they do believe the bush fire which ravaged Austinville bushland may have been deliberately lit to mask the crime.

Mr Alamri was last seen on the evening of October 6.

It is believed Mr Alamri was driving a 2000 Model Red/Maroon Toyota Avalon Conquest Sedan, with registration 927 RXV but police have not yet found his car.

Police are appealing for anyone who has had contact with Mr Alamri over the past year, or who may have information on the whereabouts of the vehicle that he was driving, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.