North Wales Police have questioned two local youths in Wrexham on suspicion of manslaughter.
It comes as part of an investigation into circumstances surrounding the death of a 78-year-old woman, who died of a stroke shortly after her car was set alight.
Gillian Dudley Smith died at Wrexham Maelor Hospital after being taken in ill soon after her red Ford Fiesta car was attacked outside her home in the Orchards, Hightown, Wrexham on November 13th.
One of the youths was arrested and bailed last week, and was questioned along with another teenager on suspicion of manslaughter. Both have now been released on bail.
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