Watch: Police officer calls for love in Laventille
"Put down the guns, live for peace, live for love, because is only you alone losing, and everyone who want to get Laventille, winning."
One police officer's video calling for an end to gang violence in Laventille has gone viral online with over 2,000 shares and over 70,000 views, after he called for peace and an end to gang violence.
Rochford said that he is Muslim and only wants peace in the area so that citizens can live in harmony.
Many supported his views, thanking him for speaking out.
Hesley Nkomo Thomas:
"Like the key words he used there. 'The people who want Laventille winning'."
Maria Alena Waldron:
"Awww great message constable hope they learn and listen this is not Hollywood its real life events,people, blood, death and tears. May love, peace and joy full their hearts through the Almighty one and true God Jesus."
"Nuff love allur Stop the blood shedding."
"He knows exactly what he saying .. the real truth about Laventille."
"Real heights within the msg bro but people minds to shallow to see."
"Brave man. Blessings your way brother."
Police were on the alert on Tuesday after killings Kevon 'Fish' Joseph was gunned down in Belmont while Alvin Gyam, 33 and Abraham Quamina, were both shot dead in Beetham Gardens. All three killings happened within hours of each other.
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