A 33-year-old man has been released without charge following his arrest in connection with the theft of a woman's body from a graveyard.
The man, from Gloucester, was initially detained by detectives investigating the disappearance of Gladys Hammond's body from St Peter's Church, Yoxall, near Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, last October.
Five other people - four men and one woman - who have all been arrested at different times since the desecration - had their police bail extended this week.
They are now due to return to police stations in July.
Animal rights protesters are widely blamed for the theft of 82-year-old Mrs Hammond's body because her soninlaw co-owns a farm that breeds guinea pigs.
The farm, Darley Oaks, in Newchurch, and people connected to it, have been the target of regular protests in the last six years.