Girl scout to be top seller after being shot in leg

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN - A girl scout in Indianapolis is getting some sweet attention after being shot in the leg.  People are buying cookies in Sinai Miller's name faster than you can say cookie monster.

On February 3, Sinai was walking to a scout meeting at her apartment's clubhouse, but only made it a few feet out of her front door.

A gunman opened fire from a nearby vehicle hitting Sinai in the leg before speeding off.  Since then, cops haven't been able to take a bite of this crime.  No arrests have been made.

While healing, the 9-year-old is filling cookie orders from across the country.  Now, she's expected to become the top seller in Indiana.  No word on how many boxes of cookies have been sold, but definitely enough to need the help of Amazon employees at an area shipping center.

The troop will use funds from cookie sales to take a fun, educational trip later this year.  The Girl Scouts of Central Indiana says they've been overwhelmed with the outpouring of community support following this senseless act.

Thankfully Sinai's okay and she didn't let the shooting crumble her joy.

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