By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles Police Department has launched an internal investigation after complaints of a shocking online post depicting George Floyd was allegedly being shared by officers.

A letter was sent to the Harbor Division of the department from the Commander condemning the reported post which allegedly shows a photo of George Floyd with a caption that reads, “You take my breath away.” The post was in a Valentine’s format.

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“Chief Moore was disgusted by the post and directed that a Department complaint be generated,” the Commander said in the letter. “Messages with inappropriate content may result in discipline.”

The LAPD tweeted:

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The department says that it has zero tolerance for this kind of behavior.