The mum of a boy fatally shot in Forest Gate is still fighting for justice for her son more than six years later. 

Corey Junior (CJ) Davis was the victim of a daylight drive-by shooting on September 4, 2017 whilst with friends at a playground in Moore Walk. 

He died in hospital the next day at just 14-years-old. 

More than six years on from his death, his mum Keisha McLeod has pleaded with the public to help bring their family justice. 

Newham Recorder: CJ died in hospital after he was shotCJ died in hospital after he was shot (Image: Metropolitan Police)Keisha said: “When a child dies, it’s OK to speak. Your conscience would be clean.

"You'd be able to sleep at night knowing you’ve done justice to a boy who was loving life, putting an end to a family that’s still grieving.

"We've had no form of justice.” 

A plaque was unveiled earlier this month in the teen's memory ahead of his story being shared on Crimewatch Live on BBC One today (March 21).

Newham Recorder: Keisha beside CJ's plaque in an east London youth centreKeisha beside CJ's plaque in an east London youth centre (Image: Metropolitan Police)Detectives have launched a fresh appeal for information as the case remains unsolved despite three arrests, with the latest arrest being made in March last year.

Det Ch Insp Dave Whellams is leading the investigation and said:  “We need a piece of information, we need help from the public that points us in the direction of those responsible for CJ’s murder.

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Newham Recorder: Detectives have called CJ's murder random and unprovoked.Detectives have called CJ's murder random and unprovoked. (Image: Metropolitan Police)"We just need the people that know this information to look into your hearts and conscience, come forward to us in confidence and tell us what you know.

"As time goes on, allegiances change, I’ve always been of the opinion someone knows something.

"I urge those people to come forward and tell us what you know in confidence."

The gunman who shot CJ and one other person was driving a grey Range Rover that had been stolen from Balham, south London, two weeks before it was used as the getaway vehicle for the crime. 

Detectives believe those responsible for the murder are based in Beckton after tracking the car's movements in the run-up to the shooting.

Newham Recorder: This is the car that CJ's killer made off inThis is the car that CJ's killer made off in (Image: Metropolitan Police)Det Ch Insp Whellams said: "There was nothing remarkable, no altercation, no lead up to the attack, which was completely random and unprovoked, it appears, which makes it all the more dangerous.

"We’ve never believed it was a targeted attack. We think the area was targeted because people in certain groups hang around those areas, and CJ just happened to be there with some friends."

Anyone who was at Moore Walk on September 4, who knows of the whereabouts of the vehicle since the killing, or has any detail that could be of help to police are asked to get in touch. 

The detective team can be contacted directly on 020 8345 3775, or Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.