On Thursday, British Police has released more video footage of the two convicts, who believed to have poisoned former Russian Spy Sergi Skripa and his daughter Salisbury in March.

Two suspect identified as Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov- were charged in absentia for the September’s attack.

Investigative website Bellingcat has named them as Anatoliy Chepiga and Alexander Yevgenyevich Mishkin, both used to work for GRU intelligence services of Russia.

On March 4, British Police has released video footage of two culprits arriving and moving around Salisbury, the day the Skripals were found slumped in the centre of the English city.

British Police releases CCTV footage of Skripal Poisoning suspects | tnbclive.uk

On June 30, a wan and a woman were poisoned in the nearby town of Amesbury after Police suspected them handling a perfume bottle, which contains Novichok, a military-grade nerve agent were developed by the Soviet Union used in Skripal poisoning. The victim woman Dawn Sturgess died immediately.

British Police reports that they were appealing for information from anyone, who may have seen the two culprits in Britain between March 2 to March 4 or had found counterfeit ‘Nina Ricci’ perfume bottle.

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