A 14-year-old girl was killed in a Burlington Store by the LAPD, who were firing at an assault suspect.

She was found deceased in a second-floor dressing room, trying on dresses for her quinceañera.

Supervisor of Nancy’s Cleaning Services, Edwin Arroyo, was interview by the LA Times.

He described a cream-colored dress left on a hanger and blood smeared on a wall.

“I don’t know how many gunshots there were, but there was a lot of blood everywhere.”

Arroyo, who is also the father of two daughters, added, “It hurt me so much being there.”

“I could imagine having that same pain because I’m a father,” he added.

“The parents never imagined their daughter would die here.”

Many residents came by to bring flowers to show solidarity for the family.