A man arrested after a suspected arson attack that killed two promising teenage jockeys, including Galway-born Jamie Kyne, has been released from bail. The man, aged in his 30s, was questioned and later bailed after Mr Kyne and Jan Wilson, 19, from Scotland, died in the fire at a flats complex in North Yorkshire, on September 5th. Police said the local man had now been released from bail, but that detectives were still working on the case and treating the fire as suspicious. A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said: "Police are still waiting for the results of forensic testing and toxicology reports." There were thought to be six people in the flats in Buckrose Court when the fire broke out last month. Witnesses said the group had been celebrating earlier in the evening after receiving their "pool money" from a local trainer. Apprentice jockeys Mr Kyne and Miss Wilson were on the second floor. Their friend and fellow apprentice, Ian Brennan, was also in the second-floor flat and jumped to safety when the fire ripped through the building. The 20-year-old was released from hospital and went on to ride at Thirsk later that day. A fourth person in the block, Irish apprentice jockey Dean Pratt, was also taken to York District Hospital and treated for burns and smoke inhalation.