Salisbury cordon near restaurant where Skripals had lunch

Salisbury incident

Salisbury incident

LONDON police lifted a cordon placed on a restaurant visited by a Russian ex-spy who was poisoned by a nerve agent in the English city of Salisbury, saying there was no public risk.

"We are pleased to report that the cordon in place in Castle Street, Salisbury, has been removed and the road has been reopened", Salisbury Police said.

The Metropolitan Police said the bottle was found during searches of Rowley's house Wednesday and scientists confirmed the substance in the bottle was Novichok. According to the eyewitness, all the police officers had rubber gloves on.

According to Sky News, the incident happened in or outside the same Zizzi restaurant at which former Russian military officer Sergei and his daughter Yulia Skirpal ate before they were poisoned in March. Picture: SuppliedCharlie Rowley is still in hospital recovering from the poisoning.

The man, of no fixed abode, Salisbury, was taken to Melksham custody and has since been issued with a caution. "However, we can not guarantee that there isn't any more of the substance left", Basu said.

The Skripals survived and have been released from a hospital, but are in a secret protected location.

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"This is clearly a significant and positive development.

Given the investigations in Salisbury and Amesbury, we take precautions to ensure public safety", - stated in the message.

The pair were discovered unconscious on a bench in March after being poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok.

Prime Minister Theresa May blamed the Russian government for the attack, which the Kremlin has vehemently denied.

But the force said residents should not be alarmed and there is nothing to suggest there is any risk to the wider public.

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