After football coach fatally shot, protesters demand more police cameras in Little Village

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Thursday, February 5, 2015
Alexander Villafane
Alexander Villafane

CHICAGO (WLS) -- Protesters called for an end to gun violence at a vigil after football coach Alexander Villafane was killed last week.

Police said Villafane was shot in the head while standing on the 3500-block of West 24th Street after someone in a minivan opened fire. Protesters are calling for more blue light cameras to be installed in the Little Village neighborhood.

Villafane coached a youth football team in Humboldt park. Police are still looking for the shooter.