Video of looters on the northside of Lafayette is currently circulating on social media.

On Friday (Aug 21) Lafayette Police killed 31-year-old Trayford Pellerin after responding to "a disturbance involving a person armed with a knife." Almost immediately, protesters organized and began to gather around the Shell station where the incident took place.

After a weekend of protests throughout the city, a large crowd gathered in a large parking lot near the site of the fatal officer-involved shooting on Sunday night where multiple reports of looting were reported at the Citi Trends store on the northside of Lafayette.

Gunshots can be heard in the video, and while we don't know if they are connected, there were also reports of a shooting overnight as well in the same area.

Community leaders who organized protests earlier in the weekend spoke out, condemning the looters and "outside" agitators.

Louisiana State Police are investigating the fatal officer-involved shooting incident that took place over the weekend.

shortly after 8:00 p.m., LPD officers responded to a disturbance involving a person armed with a knife at a convenience store located along NE Evangeline Throughway. Upon arrival, officers encountered 31-year-old Trayford Pellerin of Lafayette in the parking lot of the convenience store. As LPD officers attempted to apprehend Pellerin, he fled the scene and a foot pursuit ensued. Officers deployed Tasers as they pursued Pellerin, but they were ineffective.

Pellerin, who was still armed with a knife, attempted to enter an occupied convenience store located along NW Evangeline Throughway. Officers discharged their weapons and he was struck by gunfire. Pellerin was transported to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead. No officers were injured

The investigation is still ongoing and we will keep you updated with any developments surrounding this case.