POLICE are still in the process of positively identifying a man killed in an accident near Cudgee last night.
Senior Sergeant Shane Keogh, of Warrnambool police, said police had followed up lines of inquiry in relation relation to identifying the man through the registration number of the car.
He said positive identification may have to be completed through through fingerprints or DNA.
"We would call on anyone who saw a white Nissan sedan travelling west along the Princes Highway around 6.30pm in the Cudgee area to contact police," he said.
"We have already spoken to number of people and would greatly appreciate any further assistance from members of the public," he said.
The deceased man is believed to be aged in his 40s and lived in Warrnambool.
It is believed that the man may be identified today and when that happens his family will be notified.
Senior Sergeant Keogh said the bus involved in the accident was heading east along the Princes Highway when the collision occurred 500 metres east of the intersection with Dwarroon Road.
Warrnambool police Highway Patrol Unit officers are in charge of the investigation.