REPORTER: Two men have been arrested by police after a break-in at Buckingham Palace earlier in the week. It's one of the most serious security breaches at the Queen's London residence in 30 years. Former Protection Officer for Princess Diana, Ken Wharf ...
ROYAL SECURITY EXPERT, FORMER PROTECTION OFFICER TO PRINCESS DIANA, KEN WHARF: "It does happen and it will happen again simply because you cannot give anything 100 percent security when you allow access so close by the general public which... And this is a global tourist spot, probably one of the most visited places in the world."
REPORTER: Some visitors found the incident worrying.
VISITORS SAYING: "When you just go to visit it, they haven't... they have so many security procedures there already, so for someone to get in when it's closed and there's meant to be a lot of security stuff going on, it is quite scary, because you think, where else could they have got into ? Especially when she is home, they might be able to get in again."
REPORTER: Officials say one man scaled a fence to gain entry at night to an area normally open to the public during the day. A second man, suspected of conspiring in the burglary, was arrested outside the palace. Both have been released on bail, and an investigation is underway.
A break-in is an entry into a building using force, usually to steal something. • Police were called to three break-ins in the same area last night.