RAF base security reviewed after breach

RAF base security reviewed after breach
RAF base security reviewed after breach

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The Press and Journal

SECURITY has been tightened at a Moray air base after a man in disguise 
was allowed to walk in unchallenged by guards, a Ministry of Defence 
spokeswoman said.

The security breach happened when Gary Souter, 19, of 13 Dean Terrace, 
Lossiemouth, approached the main gate of RAF Lossiemouth on December 5 
last year dressed in combat clothes and a long black jacket and hat, 
with his face covered by a scarf.

He appeared at Elgin Sheriff Court on Monday and admitted breaking the 
peace at the base.

The court was told that two guards on duty had been busy checking other 
people=E2=80=99s identification when Souter walked past them. They saw him 
heading towards the medical centre and shouted at him to stop, but he 
ignored them and ran off.


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