DETROIT (WWJ) – It’s been nearly two years since nine-year-old India Williams was shot and critically injured while riding her bike on the city’s west side.

India was caught in an exchange of gunfire while riding a bike near her home at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014  and her family is asking for help in finding the shooter.

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India was shot as two cars carried out a high-speed chase on Charest street near Eight Mile Road in northeast Detroit.

India was struck in the shoulder and chest and is restricted to a wheelchair.

She was 7-years old at the time and two years of recovery have not diminished her childlike sweetness.

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“Enjoy every day,” India tells WWJ’s Jon Hewett.

“She didn’t deserve this but she has great spirits, and all she really wants is an apology from this person and that’s her spirit of it,” says India’s aunt Chante Lewis.

India Williams -- suspect vans. (Screenshot from video)

India Williams — suspect vans. (Screenshot from video)

The people involved were never caught.

“(We) believe these vehicles may have information pertaining to this incident and are considered persons of interest in this matter.” The two vehicles in the video, a dark-colored Chrysler minivan and a white Chevy Impala, were seen in the area around the time of the shooting, police said in 2014.

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If anyone has seen these vehicles or knows the identity of the drivers, please contact Detroit Police at 313-596-1140 or CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-SPEAK UP.  As always you can remain anonymous. The reward from CRIME STOPPERS has increased to $5,000.