Cops in Memphis, Tenn., have found the vehicle wanted in connection with the mysterious abduction of a billionaire’s granddaughter.
A male inside the black SUV was “detained,” but mother of two Eliza Fletcher has not been found, Memphis police said on Twitter.
Fletcher, 34, was jogging early Friday morning when she was forced into a dark-colored GMC Terrain. Her smashed phone and water bottle were discovered nearby.
Her family has now offered a $50,000 reward for information leading to her return.
Fletcher’s grandfather was hardware magnate Joseph Orgill III, who founded the private family business, Orgill Inc., which employs 5,500 people and does $3 billion in sales annually, according to their website.