MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Monday marked the three-month anniversary of the shooting that killed a 3-year-old boy in north Minneapolis, but police say they are no closer to finding the person who fired the fatal shot.

Terrell Mayes Jr. suffered a gunshot wound in the head as he was going up the stairs inside his home the day after Christmas. Investigators say they believe the bullet came from a nearby alley. The bullet penetrated the wall of the home before striking Terrell. He died the next day.

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Minneapolis Police Sgt. Stephen McCarty says they are still counting on someone coming forward with the information they need.

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“We sure hope and pray that they’ll call and give us whatever information they have so we can try and solve this horrific crime,” McCarty said.

A $10,000 reward is offered in the case.

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“Beyond the monetary rewards that are being offered, I would like to think that somebody’s conscience would get to them and they would feel compelled to help us.” McCarty said.