Atlanta police say a 16-year-old girl suffered a gunshot wound Saturday when two robbers tried to steal a hoverboard she got for Christmas.

The teen was shot around 6 p.m. after the robbers followed her home from a convenience store, Fox 5 Atlanta reported Saturday.

The victim was returning to an apartment along Fairburn Road from a nearby gas station Saturday evening when a man in dark clothing approached her and tried to force his way into the apartment.

The victim threw the hoverboard at the suspect and forced the door shut, at which point the gunman fired a shot through the apartment door. The bullet struck the victim then went through a wall and was found on the stove, according to a released statement from police.

According to AJC, the victim was returning to an apartment along Fairburn Road from a nearby gas station Saturday evening when a man in dark clothing approached her and tried to force his way into the apartment.

The victim threw the hoverboard at the suspect and forced the door shut, at which point the gunman fired a shot through the apartment door. The bullet struck the victim then went through a wall and was found on the stove, according to a released statement from police.

The victim’s uncle told Channel 2’s Tyisha Fernandes the bullet went into the girl’s lower back and came out of her side.

“She was screaming and screaming, ‘I got shot,'” the victim’s brother Doryan Sanford said.

WSBTV reports, when Doryan Sanford and his sister arrived home to the Hidden Hollow Apartment complex, they heard an unfamiliar voice.

“He just said, ‘Give it up,’ and I said, ‘What?’ He pulled out the gun and put it to my face,” Doryan Sanford said. “I pushed him back; that’s when I tried to close the door and that’s when the bullet came through and hit my sister.”

“I just got a towel and tried to stop the bleeding,” Doryan Sanford said.

Her uncle was sitting on the couch when the shots were fired.

“We were sitting right here on the sofa and we were like, ‘Oh my God what’s going on?'”, the victim’s uncle Tabares Sanford said.

Tabares Sanford said his niece seems like she’ll be OK.