The first one, recorded by the CCTV, shows two suspects arriving to the railway station in Salisbury on Sunday, March 4 at around 11:48 am.
The suspects were recorded passing by the gas station on Wilton Road, which is located near Skripals’ home. The investigators believe, that soon after that, they have put Novichok nerve agent on the door handle.
On the third video, the suspects are walking on the bridge on Fisherton Street at around 1 pm. Then, they came back to Salisbury railway station and headed to Heathrow. Later on that night they had a flight to Moscow.
Besides, the police published the pictures of the perfume bottle which contained Novichok nerve-agent.
Earlier, Telegraph reported on the third suspect in the Skripal’s case, but this information was not officially confirmed.
As it was reported earlier, one of the suspects of poisoning Sergey Skripal in British Salisbury, Russian Ruslan Boshirov turned out to be Anatoliy Chepiga, the Colonel of the Main Intelligence Directorate of Russia (GRU).
In 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded him the title of Hero of Russia for his participation in the 'peacekeeping mission,' which, The Insider assumes, could probably be the armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
Reportedly, the Crown Prosecution Service of the U.K. called the names of the suspects in the poisoning of the ex-GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia. The police suspect Russians Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov. They are accused of the poisoning of Skripals, a police officer who participated in the investigation, and two U.K. citizens in Amesbury.
Later it was reported that there could be four more suspects in the Skripal case, apart from Aleksandr Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, whose names were revealed by the British counter-intelligence.
Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in British Salisbury. Theresa May, British PM, stated that Russia was responsible for that, and the investigation has confirmed the use of the Novichok nerve agent, which was produced in Russia.