A PILL “found” in a kebab served to a young woman contained medication, police say.

Officers raided the Istanbul Grill takeaway in Bognor High Street in December after three women in their twenties alleged they had found pills in their food.

Two men aged 30 and 42 were arrested on suspicion of administering poison with intent to endanger life or inflict grievous bodily harm are currently released under investigation.

But now police have said a capsule was only found in one customer’s kebab.

Analysis revealed the pill contained “legitimate medication” but not controlled drugs, which are generally stronger and heavily regulated by the Government.

Capsules found by police in the Istanbul Grill did not match the pill found in the kebab and also did not contain controlled drugs.

“Enquiries continue to establish their potential health impacts and whether or not any offences have been committed,” a Sussex Police spokesman said.

The two men arrested in December have now been released under investigation after their bail expired last Monday.