Three suspects arrested by police after a caravan was apparently petrol bombed in Desborough will not face any more action.
Officers backed up by the regional police helicopter dashed to the scene after trouble erupted at Spinney Close travellers’ site, off Braybrooke Road, in the early hours of May 13.
A 44-year-old man from Desborough was detained by police investigating the dramatic incident on suspicion of attempted murder.
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A man of 22 and a woman aged 23, both also from Desborough, were also held on suspicion of arson.
All three suspects were freed by police under investigation after being quizzed about the disturbance – in which no one was injured.
A Northamptonshire Police spokeswoman said: “Due to a lack of evidence and official witness accounts, the suspects in this case have been released with no further action.”