Georgina Edmonds torture murder suspect re-bailed
A 32-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murdering an elderly woman who was battered to death with her rolling pin has been re-bailed.
Georgina Edmonds, 77, was tortured and killed at her home in Brambridge, near Eastleigh, Hampshire, in January 2008.
A 32-year-old man from Bishopstoke was arrested in June and released three days later.
Hampshire Constabulary said the man has been re-bailed until 11 January 2011 while inquiries continue.
Police believe Mrs Edmonds was tortured for her bank card's pin number and her killer used her cash card after her death.
A man, wearing a fluorescent jacket, was seen using a cash machine at a Tesco Express in Twyford Road, only a few miles from Mrs Edmonds' home, that night.
Police said they had a DNA profile of the attacker and had carried out a search of a river near her home.
A £30,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer.