MEMPHIS — A 34-year-old Tennessee teacher whose death after she disappeared while jogging drew national headlines died of a gunshot wound to the back of her head and blunt force trauma, autopsy results released this week show.

Eliza Fletcher, a runner and mother of two, was shot in the back-right side of her head , according to her autopsy report from the Shelby County Medical Examiner obtained by The Commercial Appeal, part of the USA TODAY Network.

According to the report, the bullet was not found, but a shell casing was.

Fletcher was abducted on the University of Memphis campus on Sept. 2 and her partially decomposed body was found near a vacant house in Memphis on Sept. 5.

Officials said she was found in tall grass at a vacant house in a residential area roughly five miles from the school’s campus.

The date and time of death was listed as the date and time she was found. The report does not say when or where Fletcher was killed.

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A rape kit was also taken during the autopsy, but the medical examiner found “no overt evidence” of injuries associated with sexual assault.

Fletcher also was found with two bruises on her right thigh, one was about a quarter-of-an-inch and the other was one-and-a-quarter inch large.

Cleotha Henderson, 38, was arrested two days prior to the remains being found. Henderson is charged with first-degree murder and especially aggravated kidnapping. Days after being arrested in connection to Fletcher’s abduction, Henderson was charged with rape in an investigation that started a year earlier.