TWO men arrested in connection with Doncaster’s highest profile unsolved murder have been re-bailed until the end of the month.
Detectives investigating the brutal killing of 69-year-old Nora Tait who was bludgeoned to death in her home in Stone Close Avenue, Hexthorpe, said inquiries were continuing.
Police confirmed the pair had answered their previous bail date at the start of May and were ordered to contact officers again later this month.
A force spokesman said both men are from the Doncaster area.
Mrs Tait, a widow who lived alone in her terraced house, was about to eat a fish and chip lunch when the attack happened in October 2005.
Several arrests have been made since the incident but no charges followed.
Police launched a television appeal on BBC show Crimewatch and have followed thousands of lines of inquiry in a bid to catch her killer.