Salisbury car park ticket machine cordoned off as expert warns 'dusty nerve agent' used on Russian spy can linger
The search for clues to the assassination attempt on Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter has widened again as police sealed off a car park ticket machine in Salisbury.
The ticket dispenser at the Sainsburyâs car park, in the cityâs Maltings Shopping Centre, was covered by a yellow and white forensics tent and a cordon placed several yards wide around it on Tuesday morning. Two police officers were guarding the scene.
The move suggests police believe Mr Skripal, 66, and his 33-year-old daughter Yulia - who are both still in a critical condition - parked in the car park and obtained a ticket at the machine before going on to Zizzi restaurant and the Mill pub, both of which were sealed off last Monday, the day after the attack took place.Source: Google News