Two people arrested in connection with the murder of a pensioner four years ago have been released on bail.
Barry Rubery, 68, was found with fatal head wounds in the conservatory of his home in Iron Acton on the morning of April 29 2010 by a friend.
The retired farm worker's ankles and wrists had been bound together with cables.
The pair, aged 30 and 19, were detained at addresses in Bristol and Peterborough yesterday.
Avon and Somerset Police said they have now been released on police bail, pending further inquiries.
The investigation into a missing schoolgirl from Bristol, believed to be travelling to Syria, has been handed to the South East Counter Terrorism Unit.
It is hoped the unit's international links will enable Yusra Hussien to be traced.
Avon and Somerset Police say they will continue to work with Yusra's family and the local community in Easton.
The aunt of missing Bristol teenager, Yusra Hussien, says her family is 'broken' and they are 'struggling to come to terms' with her disappearance.
The 15 year old is thought to be in Turkey, trying to make her way to Syria.
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The family of a missing Bristol school girl have spoke to the media for the first time since their daughter's disappearance.
Speaking at a press conference in Bristol today, Yusra Hussien's mother told reporters she didn't believe her daughter has been 'radicalised' by terrorist websites.
Yusra is believed to have gone to Turkey in a bid to get into Syria.
Detectives investigating the murder of Barry Rubery, from Iron Acton, near Bristol, have arrested two men.
Mr Rubery, 68, was found dead at his home on April 28 2010.
The two men, aged 30 and 19, were arrested yesterday evening at addresses in Bristol and Peterborough.
They are in custody and are being questioned at a police station in Avon and Somerset.
The family of a missing girl from Bristol believed to be heading to join extremists in Syria are still waiting for news.
The 15-year-old is thought to have met up with a 17-year-old girl from London and headed to Turkey, where they are trying to cross the border into Syria. The teenager vanished from home last week amid fears she's been radicalised.
A spokeswoman for the family of the 15 year old Bristol schoolgirl who is thought to be heading for Syria has said they have 'lost a daughter' and believe she is 'in danger'.
Anira Khokhar addressed a gathering of reporters and cameramen in the girl's home district of Easton.