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Eliza Fletcher Missing She hasn’t been seen since she was taken while jogging. There’s a reward of $50,000 for finding her.

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Eliza Fletcher Missing She hasn’t been seen since she was taken while jogging. There’s a reward of $50,000 for finding her. Eliza Fletcher, a 34-year-old teacher, was last seen jogging early Friday morning near the University of Memphis. The Memphis Police said that she may have been taken, and there is a $50,000 reward to find Eliza Fletcher. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

Eliza Fletcher Missing She hasn't been seen since she was taken while jogging. There's a reward of $50,000 for finding her.
Eliza Fletcher Missing She hasn’t been seen since she was taken while jogging. There’s a reward of $50,000 for finding her.

Police say the last time they saw Eliza was around 4:20 AM on Friday near the University of Memphis at the corner of Central Avenue and Zach Curlin Street. She was forced into a dark-colored GMS Terrain (SUV) by someone she didn’t know, who then drove away. The police think the suspect left the scene of the crime and went west on Central. Personal items belonging to Eliza Fletcher have been found in the area. But she hasn’t gone back home yet.

Missing and abducted Eliza Fletcher: Live Investigation

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Eliza Fletcher, 34, from the 1500 block of Carr in Midtown was jogging at Central Avenue and Zach Curlin when she was taken by a man no one knew. He is said to have forced Eliza into a dark SUV and driven away. On Friday, September 2, 2022, police continue to gather near Central Avenue and Zach Curlin. It’s likely that nearby surveillance cameras caught the kidnapping. “You don’t want to know what’s happening. Hart Robinson, Fletcher’s friend, said, “We want to find her.”

“We don’t know what’s going on, but everyone and the police are desperately looking for her. You can see that there is a lot going on, so if you know anything or saw something early this morning, please tell us.

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The FBI and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation are among the groups that are now looking for Fletcher. More than a dozen officials in gloves carefully looked through the area and Eliza’s house to find evidence. Anyone who knows something important is asked to call 911 right away.

What’s Eliza Fletcher’s name?

Eliza Fletcher, who is 34 years old and lives in the 1500 block of Carr in Midtown, teaches kindergarten and first grade. She is the mother of two young boys and works at St. Mary’s Episcopal School. Eliza is a Hutchinson School graduate. She got her diploma in 2006. Fletcher went to the Second Presbyterian Church as well. The church wrote on Facebook that people can come to the sanctuary to pray for her.

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Eliza is a close relative of a federal judge and is the granddaughter of a well-known philanthropist. She was out running early in the morning when she was taken by someone she didn’t know. She is 5’6″ tall, weighs 137 pounds, and has green eyes and light brown or blonde hair. She was last seen with her hair in a bun and wearing a pink running top and purple running shorts.

The family of Eliza Fletcher has put out a $50,000 reward to help find her.

When Eliza Fletcher didn’t come home after going for a jog, her family called the police to report that she was missing. Now, Fletcher’s family is offering a reward of $50,000 through CrimeStoppers for information that leads police to the people responsible.

In a statement released this Friday, Eliza’s family said, “We look forward to her safe return and hope that this award will help the police catch the people who did this.” Anyone who knows something should call 911 right away. You can also call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND or Crime Stoppers at 901-528-CASH. You can call the University of Memphis Police at 901-678-4357. (HELP).

Buddy Chapman, the head of CrimeStoppers, said that the award will go to anyone who gives police information that helps them catch a criminal. Keep praying for Eliza Fletcher. We hope that she gets back soon. We’ll let you know when new information comes out about this case.

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