INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - State and federal investigators are asking Hoosiers to be on the look out this weekend.
Several major events are moving through the city on Saturday. The Pacers have their first playoff game and runners will take part in the Race for the Cure.
That's one of the reasons why investigators are relying on event-goers to report anything suspicious.
People are encourage to call 1-877-226-1026. The campaign is called, "If you See Something, Say Something."
The 1-800 number is a non-emergency number used to generate tips only.
However a recent survey released this week revealed that 56 percent of Americans haven't heard of the campaign, "If you See Something, Say Something."
Investigators say it's imperative for event goers to get involved with the campaign.
"We can't be every inch of every mile of every event," said Indianapolis Homeland Security Director Gary Coons.
Currently 10 percent of Indy's Homeland Security cameras are broken. Although the Coons would like to get them fix, he adds most of the footage from Boston came from private businesses.
"We are very comfortable with the cameras we have," said Coons.
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