BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts State Police say they’re not aware of any credible threats to the commonwealth in light of the Paris terror attacks, but are continuing to the monitor the investigation and intelligence surrounding the deadly events.
State police said Saturday they will “emphasize regular patrols near critical infrastructure sites around the” and continue “enhanced high visibility patrols near the State House.”
The agency said the state police have “a comprehensive and multi-layered security package” in place at Logan Airport.
Meanwhile, a makeshift memorial for victims in Paris was growing outside the French Consulate in Boston.
Some people left flowers Saturday. One man also left a note saying, “We are all France. A grateful USA remembers,” according to television reports.
At least 127 people died in Friday night’s gun-and-bombing rampages in Paris.
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