A 62- year- old woman, arrested by detectives investigating the theft of a body from a Staffordshire graveyard, has been freed from bail without charge.
Staffordshire Constabulary said she was due to report at a police station today, but detectives had released her from bail without charge.
The woman was arrested, following the desecration of 82-year-old Gladys Hammond's grave at St Peter's Church in Yoxall in October.
Mrs Hammond had family links with a guinea pig breeding farm in nearby Newchurch - a target of animal-rights activists. Another woman and five men remain on police bail.