(NEWSER) – The chief of police in Albuquerque, NM, sounded completely outraged at a press conference Tuesday evening—with good reason. Chief Gordon Eden pleaded for the public's help in finding a suspect who shot a 4-year-old girl dead in an apparent road-rage attack,KOB reports.

"This should have never happened. This is a complete disrespect of human life," the chief said. "It's 100% preventable. It did not have to happen, and we need to rise up as a community and say enough is enough." The chief said the girl was in a car with her parents when she was shot at around 3pm on Tuesday, and Interstate 40 was closed for hours during the search for evidence, theAlbuquerque Journal reports.

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