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BP Plant Security Tightened after Break-in

Security has been stepped up at a massive BP oil refinery complex after thieves breached a perimeter fence, it emerged today. The break-in at the plant in Grangemouth in central Scotland has sparked fears that it would be a soft target for terrorists. Local MP Michael Connarty, who represents Falkirk East, said he had been told that two concrete bollards had been dug up, perimeter wire cut and a large lorry driven on to the site. It reportedly took security guards more than 10 hours to discover thieves had cut a wire fence to steal valuable steel pipes. Mr Connarty told BBC Scotland: “The fact that you can remove the fence and drive in and steal material means you could drive in and put in anything you like. Full Story

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