An 18-year-old arrested in connection with a fire which claimed the lives of two pensioners has been released on bail after questioning.
The teenager, from Rugby, Warwickshire, was arrested on Monday on suspicion of arson and manslaughter over the deaths of Kath and Albert Adams.
The couple, both aged 77, died after suffering smoke inhalation in a fire at a sheltered housing complex in Harold Cox Place, Rugby, in February.
A Warwickshire Police spokesman said the 18-year-old man has been freed on police bail.
A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was remanded into secure accommodation by a judge at Warwick Crown court on Monday charged with the manslaughter of Mr and Mrs Adams.