South African police investigating the rape and murder of two toddlers have arrested a man described by local media as the prime suspect.
The mutilated bodies of the girls, aged two and three, were found in the north Johannesburg township of Diepsloot on Tuesday.
Their bodies were found in a public toilet. They had been reported missing three days earlier.
Four other suspects arrested earlier this week appeared in court in Pretoria today, but their hearing was postponed until next Thursday.
The arrest of the fifth suspect in another Johannesburg township came after police issued an identikit and offered a 100,000 rand (€7,400) reward.
He is likely to appear in court next week.
But today, hundreds of South Africans burned tyres outside a local police station and demanded he be handed over for "instant justice".
Police spokesman Lungelo Dlamini said: "He was arrested in Alexandra in the early hours of this morning. He is part of the group suspected of the killings."
The killings have shocked South Africa, a nation plagued by some of the world's highest rates of violent and sexual crime.