“Eliza Fletcher has not been located at this time. MPD investigators and officers, along with our local and federal partners, continue to search for Mrs. Fletcher,” the post said.
Fletcher, 34, was jogging around 4:30 a.m. Friday when an unidentified person approached her, police said. Police said she was forced into a medium dark SUV and taken away from the scene.
Abston was arrested on Saturday after police found the vehicle they had been looking for in the case.
Photos released by police show Fletcher running in the block near the University of Memphis. She was last seen wearing a pink jogging top and purple running shorts, police said in the alert.
Police said Fletcher is white, 5-foot-6, with brown hair and green eyes. She weighs 137 pounds.
The family of the mother-of-two is offering a $50,000 reward through Crime Stoppers for information leading to her arrest in the case, WHBQ reported.
“We look forward to Eliza’s safe return and hope this award will help police catch the perpetrator of this crime,” her family said in a statement shared by Chapman.