WATCH: $25,000 reward in Kesean Williams case

9 year old Brampton boy was shot in the back of the head while playing video games one year ago...

Peel Regional Police have announced a 25 thousand dollar reward in the death of 9 year old  Kesean Williams, who was shot in the back of the head, in his Brampton home one year ago.

Police say they don't believe Williams was shot by a stray bullet and they maintain they think the home was targeted. By whom and why, they still don't know.

He was playing video games with his 15 year old brother, when a bullet smashed through the window of his Ardglen Drive home.

On Thursday, police released three video clips showing a shadowy figure running away from the scene.

Another clip shows three men at a nearby plaza, shortly before the shooting. While they aren't considered suspects, officers are interested in speaking with the trio.

Police have set up a mobile command unit outside of what was Kesean's home, and officers have also set up a dedicated tip line.

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