A man in his 60s has been arrested by police investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal.
The man, from Bedfordshire, was held this morning on suspicion of sexual offences and is being questioned.
Police said the allegations made against him do not directly involve Savile, and are classed under the strand of their investigation termed "others".
A man from Cambridge arrested in connection with the Jimmy Savile sex abuse inquiry has been released on bail.
The man, in his 70s, was arrested at 0715 hrs on suspicion of sexual offences and taken into police custody locally.
He has since been bailed to a date in December pending further inquiries.
Police investigating the Jimmy Savile sex abuse inquiry have arrested a man in his 70s. Officers arrested the suspect at 7.15am today at an address in Cambridge.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said a man was arrested on suspicion of sexual offences and is being held locally.
Kevin Cook, aged 45, of Essex, has told ITV News Jimmy Savile abused him after he appeared on Jim'll Fix It aged nine.
He said: "He made some threats to me, telling me not to tell anybody. I was just so scared. He told me no-one would believe me and that he knew where I lived."
He added: "I feel like a new man now I have told somebody. A weight has been lifted off my shoulders."
Watch the full interview with Kevin Cook on the ITV Evening News at 6.30pm.