Saying farewell to a loved one for good can be an unbearable experience, and if you’re a child, the agony is multiplied.

This is the story of Sierra, a teenager who lost her father in a gunfight while working as a local cop. The child regularly paid a visit to her father’s grave since she never forgot him. She wrote him heartfelt letters and laid flowers at his grave for four years.

In 2013, Sierra’s father passed away tragically while carrying out his duty. The cop had heard a woman screaming inside this residence during his shift and had rushed to find out what was wrong and rescue her. He unfortunately took a lot of shots. However, the woman and her children were saved by his death. Posthumously, the American state of Indianapolis recognized him as a hero.

Four years later, his daughter graduated from high school, and following the ceremony, she and her boyfriend visited her father’s grave to take a photo in memory of the occasion.

The girl’s mother, who is also a police officer, was informed by the girl’s boyfriend that he felt it was a wonderful idea. She then called her coworkers, and they decided to plan a great surprise for Sierra. Sierra wept inconsolably when they approached her father’s grave and saw the entire police force there, and they all posed for a photo to commemorate the priceless occasion.