A man has been charged and kept in the "rough" snatching of Eliza Fletcher, police said Sunday, yet the Memphis educator stays missing.

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 Fletcher, 34, was most recently seen running in a pink top and purple shorts Friday around 4:20 a.m. close to the University of Memphis grounds in southwest Tennessee.

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 Reconnaissance video showed her being constrained into a dark GMC Terrain SUV

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 as indicated by a sworn statement made public Sunday by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

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 The kindergarten instructor, who goes by Liza, is a granddaughter of the late tycoon Joseph Orgill III

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 who ran Orgill, an enormous merchant of equipment and home improvement supplies.

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 Police suspect Fletcher, a mother of two, endured "serious injury" during the kidnapping.

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 "There gave off an impression of being a battle," the oath said, referring to the observation film.

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 A couple of shoes — close by Fletcher's cellphone and water bottle — were recuperated close to the site of her vanishing. DNA on the shoes matched that of a 38-year-elderly person named Cleotha Abston, Memphis police said in an explanation on Twitter.