A TRIO who were arrested after a gold toilet was stolen from Blenheim Palace have been released under investigation.

On September 14, it is thought that five people broke into the stately home.

Two of the five stayed in the stolen cars, used to pull off the heist, while three of them made their way inside and ripped out the golden toilet – valued at £5m.

Oxford Mail:

Earlier this week Thames Valley Police arrested two men and a woman, all from Oxford, on suspicion of conspiring to commit a burglary.

The group, aged 34, 35 and 36, have now been released by the force under investigation.

They join two men who were arrested days after the burglary and are also under investigation.

Police have still not made any charges or found the missing gold toilet.

A spokesperson said the investigation is still going.