A man from Teynham has been arrested after historical artefacts were stolen from a sunken Royal Navy warship.
Police arrested two men following the reported theft of items from HMS Hermes which sits at the bottom of the English Channel.
On Monday, officers executed warrants at two addresses, one in Teynham and another in Rye in East Sussex, after an investigation in partnership with the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, the Marine Management Organisations, the Receiver of the Wreck, Sussex Police, Historic England and the French authorities.
A 55-year-old man from Teynham was arrested on suspicion of theft and released on bail until February 22.
A 56-year-old man from East Sussex was arrested on suspicion of theft and fraud and was also released on bail until February 22.
Officers also seized a number of historical artefacts they believed to have been stolen from HMS Hermes and other underwater locations.