Eliza Fletcher of Tennessee was abducted on September 2, according to the Memphis Police Department.

Memphis Police Department.

Police have arrested a man in connection with the kidnapping of Eliza Fletcher, a 34-year-old Tennessee resident, but investigators say she is still missing.

Fletcher jogged near the University of Memphis around 4:20 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 2, when police say “an unknown person approached her” and forced her into a dark-colored SUV, McClatchy News previously reported.

Later, investigators found this car and detained a 38-year-old man Cleota Abst, according to a release from the Memphis Police Department. Abston was in the SUV when police found him.

He is accused of kidnapping a person in particularly difficult circumstances and falsifying evidence, the police informs.

However, even with the suspect in custody, investigators have not been able to locate Fletcher.

“MPD investigators and officers, along with our local and federal partners, continue to search for Ms. Fletcher,” the release said.

Fletcher is a mother of two boys and “beloved” teacher at St. Mary’s Episcopal School in Memphis.

She too granddaughter of Joseph Orgil III, the billionaire and philanthropist who ran Orgill Inc., outlets reported. He died in 2018.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Memphis Police at 901-528-2274 or 901-545-2677.

Fletcher is 5’6″ tall and weighs 137 pounds. She has brown hair, green eyes and was last seen wearing a pink top and purple shorts.

Mitchell Willetts is a real-time news reporter covering the central US for McClatchy. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and an outdoor enthusiast who lives in Texas.

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