Found Deceased TN - Eliza "Liza" Fletcher Abducted While Jogging - Memphis #4 *Arrest*

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Memphis police are searching for a woman who went missing early Friday.

Eliza Fletcher, 34, went missing in the early morning hours. Police found her personal items but have not located her.

Her last reported location was on Carr Avenue, near S Willett Street.

Her description is 5 foot, 6 inches tall, 137 pounds with brown hair and green eyes.

The University of Memphis sent an alert to students saying a woman had been kidnapped at about 4:30 a.m. on Central Avenue, near the school’s campus.

Officers were called to the scene around 7 a.m. when Fletcher was reported missing.

Police say the woman frequently jogs in the area and was approached by an unknown person and forced into an SUV.

The suspect was possibly in a dark color SUV traveling westbound on Central Ave.

Police say Fletcher’s phone was found smashed and the phone and her water bottle were found in front of a home on Central Ave.

Friends say the woman they know as Liza is an avid runner and is a mother of two children.

She is also a teacher at St. Mary’s Episcopal School, where she teaches Junior Kindergarten.

Anyone with information about Fletcher’s whereabouts should call 911 immediately.

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I had a feeling, like others, it was her.
I feel heavily for her family and her children who will never be the same again.
I hope that her soul is at peace.
The working on the case by Memphis department was very well handled and the closure needed to their families was indeed provided.
RIP Eliza.
(you are so loved <3)
 
Much better audio on the WVLT video, but I still couldn't hear why the Henderson v Abston last name, but it seems that legally his last names is Abston? Did I get that right? I was shocked that he had no wounds, no scratches on his face or arms. I'm assuming he either knocked her out immediately or she was gone before he drove off.
 
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