Police presence heightened for Brickyard 400

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Police are working hard this weekend to make sure fans feel safe at the track.

The violence at the Indy 500 this year has heightened security concerns for people camping out.

Max Levine was shot and killed in the Coke Lot the night before the 500. Two months later, there are still no arrests in his murder.

Speedway police said Saturday there would be a combination of uniform and plainclothes officers from several departments working security at the Brickyard. But they also need your help. If you see something that's not right, call 911.

And that's not all you can do with your phone.

"You can take pictures if you think that it looks suspicious," said Lt. Trent Theobald with Speedway PD. "We ask that you call us first and let us start officers to that area, but if it looks out of the ordinary or if it's suspicious, then please, we ask that you do call us as soon as possible."

Police will be working around the clock around the track. Also - They will get help from security cameras in the area.