The victim was spotted in the early hours of Thursday morning, walking on an isolated road in southern Prince George’s County, authorities said. They said her hands were tied and she was barefoot.

On Saturday, the sheriff’s office in Charles County, Md., said an arrest had been made in connection with the incident, which they said began Wednesday with a break in at the woman’s home in the county

In a statement, the sheriff’s office said a man who got into the woman’s home in the Waldorf area of Charles County confronted her when she entered the house. He tied her hands and abducted her, the sheriff’s office said. He drove her in her own car to various ATMs where he tried to withdraw money from her account, according to the sheriff’s office.

Shortly after leaving her in Prince George’s in the the area of Accokeek and Gardner Roads, with her hands still tied, the sheriff’s office said, the abductor backed her car into the front doors of a bowling alley on Acton Lane in Waldorf.

He approached an ATM inside the business, but left without obtaining any money, the sheriff’s office said.

He then drove away.

The woman was found on the road about 3:30 a.m., the sheriff’s office said.

The sheriff’s office said Saturday that they charged Marc Christopher Brown, Jr., 26, of Waldorf, in connection with the incident. He was charged with kidnapping, robbery, first-degree assault and home invasion, and was being held without bond, the sheriff’s office said.

They said the woman’s car has not been found. The sheriff’s office described it as a black, 2010 Toyota Camry with Maryland license tag 6BM 3802.

They said it was likely that it had damage to the rear.