Police are looking for a shooter accused of firing into an east Charlotte home.
A bullet hole could be seen in the window just above a pink bed in a home on Balgreen Court.
It would have hit inches above where a little girl slept. Thankfully, she was in another room when the gunfire started.
"The kids, two of the kids, they sleep in that room in the front," the kids' grandmother told Eyewitness News through an interpreter. "And that night they weren't sleeping there. They were lucky they were sleeping in another room."
Police say there were four children in the home, all younger than 14. No one was hit when the bullets were fired.
Three bullets hit downstairs. Four of them hit upstairs where the bedrooms are.
"Her son-in-law was by the window upstairs," the interpreter said. "And they almost shot him."
The grandmother wants police to investigate and find the shooter.
"There's a lot of children here, children running around outside," she said. "It needs to be more secure."
Police said they don’t have a suspect description.
This is the second time the home has been hit by gunfire. Police said the home was hit two years ago on July 4.