04:22AM, Tuesday 04 December 2012
No action has been taken by police against a Berkshire man in his 80s interviewed under caution as part of a post Jimmy Savile investigation.
The man attended a south London police station by appointment on Thursday and left the station the same day.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said he was interviewed under caution by officers working on Operation Yewtree and had not been asked to return for further questioning.
The force executed a search warrant at an address in Berkshire on Saturday last week.
Operation Yewtree is a police investigation into alleged child sexual exploitation by the late Jimmy Savile and others, which started in October.
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