Teacher forced into vehicle and kidnapped while jogging early morning, reward as low as $50,000

A Tennessee woman was the apparent victim of a kidnapping on Friday.

Eliza Fletcher, 34, was walking down Central Avenue in Memphis when she was approached by an unidentified person WREG TV.

According to initial reports, Fletcher was forced into a dark-colored SUV, which was later identified as a GMC Terrain Merchant Appeal of Memphis.

University police said a short fight was done loudly commercial vocation.

Fletcher’s phone and water bottle were found outside a home on Central Avenue, police said WHBQ TV.

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“When we got to the scene, we may have been dealing in a missing person,” Memphis Police Major Karen Rudolph said CNN.

“Upon further investigation, we found video showing a black SUV pulling into the area across the street from where the victim was being taken,” Rudolph said.

Pictures taken by a Security Camera show Fletcher running past the University of Memphis wearing a pink jogging top and purple running shorts, according to a police alert.

As of Saturday morning, no communication had been received from Fletcher.

“We don’t know what’s going on, but everyone is desperately looking for her and it’s the turn of the police here. You can see there is a lot of activity. So if you know anything or saw anything this morning, we just ask that you get in touch,” Fletcher’s friend Hart Robinson said, according to WREG-TV.

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The FBI and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation joined the search Friday.

Fletcher’s family has offered a $50,000 reward information that leads the police to whoever kidnapped Fletcher.

Fletcher, who is married with two children, is a teacher at St. Mary’s Episcopal School, according to the Commercial Appeal.

Fletcher is the granddaughter of the late Joseph Orgill III, described by the Commercial Appeal as a philanthropist and businessman. WREG said she is also a “close relative” of a federal judge, who was not named.

This article originally appeared on The West Journal.

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