Friday marks 25 years since a gunman shot and killed three law enforcement officials inside D.C. police headquarters.
A memorial service was held Friday morning for D.C. Sgt. Henry "Hank" Daly, FBI Special Agent Michael John Miller and FBI Special Agent Martha Dixon Martinez. Three wreathes were put on display in their honor.
The three officials died on Nov. 22, 1994, after a disgruntled man stormed into the Northwest D.C. building and opened fire. Daly was 51, Martinez was 35 and Miller was 36.
The 22-year-old shooter entered the building after he was investigated in connection to a triple murder involving drugs.
"It was just hard to believe. I was a young, rookie officer at the time," former D.C. police chief Cathy Lanier previously told News4. "It was just hard to believe... that someone was shooting at headquarters."