Two people were seen on surveillance tapes cutting through a fence and climbing atop the storage tank at a liquefied natural gas storage facility in Lynn last week, and while it does not appear to be an act of terrorism, authorities are calling for a full-scale investigation.
Authorities were especially displeased with the five-day lag between the Aug. 16 security breach and when
US Representative Edward J. Markey, a Democrat and a senior member of the House Homeland Security and Energy and Commerce Committees, called on Governor Mitt Romney's administration to ``order a comprehensive review of the perimeter security plans at all such critical infrastructure facilities in the Commonwealth to guarantee a future security breach does not occur."
Markey also said the ``incident raises serious questions about the adequacy of the perimeter security and surveillance monitoring in place at this facility."
No arrests have been made .