Police in Tennessee said Sunday that capture has been made regarding the snatching of a jogger last week.
The Memphis Police Department said 38-year-old Cleotha Abston has been accused of particularly irritating grabbing and altering proof in the vanishing of Eliza Fletcher of Memphis
A subsequent individual was likewise captured
"This remaining parts to be a functioning and progressing examination," police said by means of Twitter.
Specialists say Fletcher, 34, was constrained into a vehicle while she was running close to the University of Memphis grounds
Fletcher is the granddaughter of the late Joseph "Joe" Orgill III, a Memphis equipment finance manager and donor, as indicated by media sources.
Police said Fletcher is as yet absent. "MPD Investigators and officials, alongside our neighborhood and government accomplices, keep looking for Mrs. Fletcher," the division said