MURDER suspect Mark Hobson was discharged from hospital today to be quizzed by police about the double murders of twin sisters and an elderly couple.
Hobson was being escorted to Harrogate police station by murder squad detectives, having been treated for dehydration and minor abrasions.
The 34-year-old, who is wanted for questioning in connection with the murders of pensioners James and Joan Britton and twins Claire and Diane Sanderson, spent last night at Harrogate District Hospital.
The former binman and father of one was captured by police on Sunday after he was spotted buying matches, water and cigarette papers by elderly garage owner Derrick North.
Police across Britain had been looking for Hobson for a week.
The garage near the village of Shipton is just a few miles from the house in Strensall, near York, where James Britton, 80, and his 82-year-old wife Joan were found beaten and murdered a week before.
The grim discovery came just hours after twins Claire and Diane Sanderson, 27, were found dead at Hobson's flat in the village of Camblesforth, near Selby.