Salisbury District Hospital is now treating an Amesbury couple who British investigators believe has been infected by Novichok, a Soviet-developed compound from a group of nerve agents.
However, the Met police's senior counter-terrorism officer Neil Basu will later reveal that samples from both patients are sent to Porton Down laboratory for analysis on Monday. As a precautionary measure, sites in Amesbury and Salisbury, believed to have been visited by the couple before they fell ill have been cordoned off.
Leeds University toxicology expert Alastair Hay, said police were likely to be looking for a glass container as that would be the safest way to transport such a corrosive substance.
According to reports, investigators are concentrating their search on the homes of Ms Sturgess and Mr Rowley amid fears they picked the item up and took it back to either one of the properties.
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Police officers on the scene outside Harcourt Medical Centre by Queen Elizabeth Gardens in Salisbury, thought to be connected to a man and woman in Amesbury who are in hospita in critical condition.
However, other experts say the nerve agent was created to be persistent and not break down.
The huge inquiry has yet to lead to the public identification of any suspects after a lack of CCTV in Salisbury apparently hampered efforts to track any would-be assassins.
That's about 10 miles from where Sergei Skripal, a former Russian spy who later went to work for the British government, and daughter Yulia were poisoned.
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The latest poisoning threatens to further sour British-Russian relations, which are already in the deep freeze after the attempted murder of the Skripals.
"It is completely unacceptable for our people to be either deliberate or accidental targets, or for our streets, our parks and towns to be dumping grounds for poison", he told parliament.
"What we are clear on.is that this is the exact same nerve agent from the Novichok family", Home Secretary Sajid Javid said.
Now that British investigators have determined that the agent used was Novichok, they are now trying to determine whether or not it's from the same batch.
"Based upon the number of casualties affected, it is not believed that there is a significant health risk to the wider public", said the Wiltshire Police, adding that it was not yet known whether the two were the victims of a crime. British ministers and members of the royal family have also boycotted the World Cup in Russian Federation. "However, on the other hand, we have no information about which substances were used or how they were used".
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- Where did the victims first come into contact with it?