DETROIT (WKZO) -- Security at the upcoming Grand Prix on Detroit's Belle Isle will be increased in the wake of the explosions at Monday's Boston Marathon. Organizers have not decided yet if they will conduct searches of race fans, their bags and busses shuttling people to and from the track. However, Grand Prix general manager Charles Burns says he will continue working with Detroit Police, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security, and he believes they will have a good security plan in place for the event which begins May 31st.
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