Police vow to find boy's shooter

The hole caused by the bullet that struck and killed Kesean Williams, 9, in his Brampton home...

The hole caused by the bullet that struck and killed Kesean Williams, 9, in his Brampton home Wednesday night. (Chris Doucette/Toronto Sun)

Chris Doucette, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 6:01 AM ET

BRAMPTON - An intense hunt continues for a gunman who fired the deadly bullet from the darkness that struck nine-year-old Kesean Williams as he watched TV in his home Wednesday.

And though leads are sparse in the heinous murder, Peel Regional Police are confident it’s only a matter of time until they catch the killer who disappeared into the night.

“We will find out who did this,” Const. Fiona Thivierge vowed Friday at the scene “It’s like a needle in a haystack but slowly when you take away the hay, you’re left with the needle,”

The Williams family’s home at the end of a row of townhouses on Ardglen Dr., near Kennedy Rd. S. and Clarence St., was still cordoned off and under police guard.

A mobile command unit and numerous police cruisers remained parked on the street.

A makeshift memorial of teddy bears and candles has sprouted up outside the family’s backyard.

 


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