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One Month Later: Christina Morris’ Mom Refuses to Give Up

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PLANO, TX - The first anniversary is always the worst.  For the folks who love Christina Morris, Wednesday marks the first month since she disappeared.

It's been a 24/7 roller coaster ride for Christina's mom, Jonni McElroy, who single-handedly organized family and friends to search for her.

"The frustration, I have good days and I have bad. I definitely haven't lost faith, hope at all," McElroy said.

Then Texas Equusearch rolled in with its search and rescue team. Drones searched from the air, and then it all went quiet.

The posters with her face are still plastered across the Shops at Legacy, weathered from the sun and rain. The cops are still on the case.

"We never had a case like this," Plano Officer David Tilley said.

Even private investigators are weighing in.

“The boyfriend is a good guy to go to. He knows something. He is going to know something,” said private investigator Andrew Fisher. "We’ve got to eliminate people. That tells us where we are.”

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The house Christina shared with her live-in boyfriend is quiet, and no one at the dating service where she worked was willing to talk about the day they reported her missing -- 30 days ago.

Six-second surveillance video is the last time Christina Morris was seen alive, heading to her car.

With other cases around the country solved by security cameras, you have to wonder, did any of the cameras at The Shops at Legacy catch anything suspicious or a possible suspect?

As time keeps passing, with no sign of Christina, her mother can only wait and hope.