PLANO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – There was an outpouring of support Saturday morning for a Plano mother who was killed last weekend while on her morning jog.

The body of Sarmistha Sen was found last Saturday near a creek at Legacy Drive and Marchman Way. That’s where family members, friends and neighbors gathered to remember her life.

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“As we deeply mourn the untimely demise of Sarmistha, we could also like to carry on the legacy,” one attendee said.

It was a walk of remembrance for the mother of two who was also an avid runner.

“It just hit me so hard because my mother, aunt, myself walked these trails for years. I grew up here and it could have been one of us,” neighbor Marlo Malmis-Brown said. “She was a member of the community, she was a neighbor, she loved this trail and we all love this area so much.”

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Police in Plano focused their investigation into her death on Bakari Moncrief. Surveillance video captured him allegedly trying to break into a home on a street near the trail where Sen was killed.

Moncrief was arrested and charged with burglary, but he remains a person of interest in the murder.

Sen’s brother told the attendees that over the next weeks and months the community as well as the Plano Police Department will be organizing a series of self-defense workshops.

“The family’s biggest wish — this must not happen again,” one attendee said.

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After the memorial walk, there was a public visitation at a funeral home in Plano, where people were asked to wear bright colors.