All updates regarding the ongoing major incident in Amesbury will be posted here.

We have now set up two dedicated phone numbers for anyone with concerns relating to this incident.

The dedicated phone numbers are Freephone 0800 092 0410 or 0207 158 0124 if you cannot dial Freephone numbers or if you are calling from abroad.

CT Police are keen to hear from anyone who may have information that could assist with this investigation and would urge anyone who can help to contact them by calling 0800 789 321.

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Public Health England have also put together a series of frequently asked questions, which you can see here

We have also created our own Icon for pdf information sheet [275.86KB] with information for the public in relation to the ongoing major incident in Salisbury and Amesbury.


Drone footage of the police search of Queen Elizabeth Gardens
Drone footage of the police search of Queen Elizabeth Gardens in Salisbury as part of the Major incident in Amesbury and Salisbury.
Letter sent to Amesbury and Salisbury residents
A letter is being delivered from today (19 July 2018) to households in the Amesbury and Salisbury area. It is an update following the major incidents...
Police searches starting today at Queen Elizabeth Gardens in Salisbury
As part of the ongoing investigation, Wiltshire Police and Counter Terrorism Policing specialist search trained officers will today commence a structured search of Queen Elizabeth Gardens in Salisbury.
UPDATE: Statement and update on Salisbury investigation
Over 400 exhibits, samples and items have been recovered by search teams as part of the ongoing police investigation into the murder of Dawn Sturgess and how Charlie Rowley was also poisoned by a Novichok nerve agent in Amesbury, Wiltshire.
UPDATE FROM COUNTER TERRORISM DETECTIVES: Source of nerve agent contamination identified
Counter terrorism detectives investigating the contamination of two people by the nerve agent Novichok believe they have found the source of the deadly substance.
UPDATE: Source of nerve agent contamination identified
Counter terrorism detectives investigating the contamination of two people by the nerve agent Novichok believe they have found the source of the deadly substance.
Castle Street in Salisbury now reopened
We are pleased to report that the cordon in place in Castle Street, Salisbury, has been removed and the road has been reopened.
Statement from Salisbury District Hospital regarding Charlie Rowley
Statement issued regarding the condition of Charlie Rowley
Family of Dawn Sturgess release tribute
The family of Dawn Sturgess have released a tribute.
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