New CCTV footage capturing the movements of Sergei and Yulia Skripal as they drove into Salisbury city centre before succumbing to a lethal nerve agent has emerged.

The Daily Mail has discovered more video showing the former Russian spy's maroon BMW driving away from his home on a cul-de-sac at 1.33pm just hours before he was found collapsed on a bench.

The five-door 3-series is seen travelling along a residential street towards the city centre where it is believed the pair parked in the Sainsbury car park before heading for a drink at The Mill pub, reports Daily Mail.

The spy's BMW was last night taken away by the military from the recovery firm's site for further examination.

Advertisement

It is feared the vehicle, which is believed to have been driven by Mr Skripal, 66, may have been laced with the deadly nerve agent Novichok which poisoned the victims.

The latest images from India Avenue which is less than a minute away from Skripal's property suggests they did not leave home until after 1.30pm.

The time stamp on the clip reads 14:55, and is ahead of the actual time.

It is hoped the new CCTV will help piece together the crucial missing 40 minutes in the father and daughter's whereabouts.

Detectives have appealed for information about the pairs' movements in the car between 1pm and 1.40pm when they are believed to have arrived at the Maltings shopping area.

The Daily Mail has asked the source of the footage to hand over their home CCTV to the police.

Earlier this week the Mail obtained footage showing the car with the registration HD09 WAO at 1.35pm travelling further along the route to the centre past the Devizes Inn pub.

Investigation into the suspected nerve agent attack on Russian double agent Sergei Skripal continues. Photo / AP
Investigation into the suspected nerve agent attack on Russian double agent Sergei Skripal continues. Photo / AP

Detectives seized the CCTV from the pub on Devizes Road on Tuesday night, however Scotland Yard has yet to release any images to the public.

The BMW was recovered from the car park by Ashley Wood recovery firm and taken to its yard.

Teams in hazmat suits later descended on the firm to undertake forensic examination of the vehicle.

Several vehicles from the company have since been removed for decontamination while drivers have been asked to hand over the clothes they were wearing at the time.

It is believed that cars parked near to the BMW on the top floor of the Sainsbury's on March 4 are also being checked by hazmat teams.

Scotland Yard know that the Skripals arrived at the Sainsbury's car park in the city at 1.40pm before having a drink at the Bishop's Mill pub followed by lunch at Zizzi restaurant leaving at 3.35pm.

They were then treated by emergency services on a bench in the Maltings shopping precinct at 4.15pm after a member of the pubic raised the alarm.