Scotland Yard posts new videos with nerve agent attackers Petrov and Boshirov in Salisbury 

Scotland Yard posts new videos with nerve agent attackers Petrov and Boshirov in Salisbury
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The department also published a photo of a disassembled plastic spray. It allegedly contained the Novichok nerve agent.

Scotland Yard publishes new footage from CCTV cameras with suspects in the Skripals’ poisoning Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov.

The first shot was taken on March 4 at 11:48 am at the train station in Salisbury. The second shot taken was at 11:58 am on the same day near a gas station on Wilton Road, near the Skripals’ house. Two men walk across the bridge on Fisherton Street around 1:00 pm. Petrov photographed something in the distance. According to Scotland Yard, the Russians were on their way to the railway station, from where they went to Heathrow at night.

The department also published a photo of a disassembled plastic spray. It allegedly contained the Novichok nerve agent.

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“The officers are also looking for those who may have seen one of these men in the UK between March 2 and 4,” the department stated.

Recall that on March 4th the ex-Colonel of the GRU, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter Yulia were hospitalized in Salisbury. London accused Russia of poisoning Skripals with the Novichok nerve agent, but the Kremlin denies involvement in the incident.

On September 5, London accused Russian citizens Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov of poisoning Skripals. The Insider and Bellingcat released two parts of the investigation, which proves that the Russians are employees of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Russian Defense Ministry.

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