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Police in a Phoenix, Arizona, suburb released a video Wednesday of a 4-year-old girl nearly being struck by gunfire inside a strip mall barber shop.

The video shows the girl walking over to a group of chairs and sitting down.

Seconds later, gunfire shatters the store window, narrowly missing the girl, who gets up and runs away.

The girl was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries from glass debris, but she was expected to be OK.

Two men were arrested by the Chandler Police Department, which posted the surveillance video on its Facebook page. The shooting took place about 11 a.m. Monday.

The men in custody were identified as 23-year-old Michael Hart and 21-year-old Rafael Santos.

Investigators believe the shooting stemmed from a dispute between Hart and employees at a nearby tattoo parlor, Damaged Ink Tattoo.

Hart, apparently drunk, had been hoping to get a tattoo but the shop owner told him to come back when he was sober. After arguing with the owner, Hart got a handgun from his vehicle and fired off three rounds while he and Santos drove away, according to police.

The shots went into the front windows of Paisano’s Barber Shop, where the child was nearly hit.