Police said a 9-year-old girl was shot while preparing to sell Girl Scout cookies with her two sisters on Tuesday in Indianapolis. Sinai Miller was shot after witnesses reported seeing someone fire a gun indiscriminately out of an SUV window, according to investigators. Police believe a stray bullet hit Miller. Officer Christopher Wilburn, a spokesman for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, said authorities do not believe the shot was meant for the child, but that witnesses did not report seeing anyone else around the children at the time of the incident. Investigators are looking for a blue Ford Expedition.