The Cooperative Bank, headquartered on Belgrade Avenue in Roslindale, has set up a fund to help the family of Alicia Heywood, who was shot to death last Thursday in the parking lot of Sullivan's Pharmacy next door, where she worked.
Heywood, 42, lived in Easton but grew up in Hyde Park and had a daughter.
Contributions can be made at any Cooperative Bank branch or via Venmo, @AliciaHeywoodMemorial
Separately, Boston Police today put out a public APB for the man they say killed Heywood - Akil Jackson, 41, also of Easton.
Jackson should be considered armed and dangerous and if observed, contact 911 immediately.
Police thought they had Jackson, an Army veteran who served in Afghanistan and who has a record of gun and drug convictions, cornered in a house in Adams Village the day after the murder, but after police surrounded the house and the SWAT team went in, they didn't find him.