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