Police in Meriden said they continue to step up patrols after a double shooting this week.
Family members of the victims have been bringing flowers to the makeshift memorials set up for Anthony Anderson and Melvin Silva, and now they want justice.
Both of the men, who were friends, were gunned down Tuesday night in a hail of gunfire, and since then Meriden police said they stepped up the patrols with what they are calling a zero tolerance policy.
Officers were on foot on Wednesday in an attempt to curb the violence.
It's been a violent several months in Meriden with five murders, including Ibrahim Gazal who was shot and killed during a store robbery even after handing over money.
Neighbors in Meriden said they are worried about their safety and hope to see even more police, especially at night.
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