Back at It: The Search for Christina Morris Continues

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ALLEN -- It's been almost a year since Christina Morris vanished over the Labor Day Weekend, but family and friends are still putting up posters and still holding out hope.

Saturday is the missing woman's 24th birthday.

Instead of celebrating, her family will be back out searching for her, just as they've done since she first went missing from The Shops at Legacy last August. Friends & volunteers will meet at Allen High School at 8 a.m.

Leading the search party is Christina's mom, Jonni McElroy, who's been looking for answers since the day her daughter didn't come home.

Enrique Arochi, the last known person to see Christina alive, is being held on a $1 million bond in the Collin County Jail – charged with aggravated kidnapping. His trial begins November 30th.

Crime-stoppers is offering a $30,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to finding Christina. Her family is hoping this will be the only birthday they have to celebrate without her.

Giving up, they say, is not an option.