JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The pastor of two female victims of a quadruple shooting is pleading for the community to come forward with information.
Police say Gontrell Hagans, Derek Williams and two sisters, Keshell and Keyonna Brown were found gunned down inside a Murray Hill home nearly a month ago.
Bishop Lewis Williams says it's been a difficult month for his congregation, but he's trying to give them hope in the midst of this unfortunate attack.
"As I teach my people the word of God and encourage them that these things do happen in these modern times, but they have someone to fall on and that's Christ," Williams said.
Williams says two of the victims, Keshell and Keyonna were active at his church at a young age.
"She was more on the dance ministry, Keshell. And Keyonna, she was apart of our youth ministry. Both of them were apart of the youth, smiley and bubbly," Williams said. "Everybody loved them. Everybody cared for them."
Williams says the loss is being felt each day that goes by with a killer still out there. He hopes this will encourage people to be proactive against these tragedies.
"My charge to the community is to spend more time with the young people," Williams said. "Someone that you may not know. Because you never know who that young man or young woman is who have it in their mind to hurt someone."
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office hasn't released any new information in the case.
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