THESE previously unreleased CCTV images are taken from near the scene where Khalil Hogan was shot on the evening of March 8.

The pictures have been made public by Thames Valley Police after the unsolved case of the Wycombe schoolboy featured on BBC One's Crimewatch show last night.

Khalil Hogan, who is now 15, was shot in both kneecaps on his doorstep in Challener Road in March, leaving 100 pellet fragments lodged in his legs.

The culprit used a shotgun.

A motive for the attack has not been established, and detectives say they have found no reason for anyone to target Khalil, or anyone living at the house.

They think it could be a case of mistaken identity.

Though Khalil's injuries were horrific and some pellet fragments remain in his legs, the promising footballer has recovered well and is back playing sport again.

Khalil said: “When I kept going back over it in my head I didn't really know why someone would do something like this to me.

"Because I've always been a quiet person, never got in to much trouble, so I don't really understand why trouble has come to me.”

Ch Insp Joe Kidman said: “The first person seen is carrying what we believe to be the gun.

“It is difficult to say what the colours are but this person is wearing a light coloured balaclava and a dark waist length jacket.

“The jacket has a light coloured vertical logo on the left breast and another horizontal mark that reflects the light towards the middle.

“This individual is wearing darker trousers.

“The other individual follows close behind wearing a light coloured hooded top, possibly a synthetic material from the way it reflects the light as well as dark gloves and baggier trousers.”

He added: “We are really grateful for information from the community has provided to us already, now we really want to know the identity of these two people in particular whom I believe are responsible for this traumatic attack on a 14-year-old boy.”

Less than a minute later they can been seen running away.

If you can help, contact Thames Valley Police via 0845 8 505 505, quoting Operation Nailer or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.