Without a Trace: Morris Disappearance Creates Unease in Plano

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PLANO,TX -- The safest city in America is feeling a little bit on edge. After Christina Morris vanished without a trace almost a month ago, safety, especially for other young women, has become a big issue.

“When Christina went missing, I think that it was definitely a shock and it's really scary,” Whitney Bailey said as she drank coffee at the Shops at Legacy in Plano. “It’s made me think about the people that I’m with and make sure that people know where I’m at.”

Flyers, reminding everyone that this is where Morris Vanished still adorn the light posts at the shopping center.

Plano PD holds personal safety seminars on a regular basis, but say they’re receiving way more interest in the next one September 24, at 7 pm.

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Meanwhile, there haven’t been any cracks in the case to find Christina Morris.

“Not having any evidence in terms of how she left that parking garage that's been a challenge,” Officer David Tilley said.

Still, cops insist the right clue could come along and make all the difference.

“We're talking to anyone who might have any information at all of something even in the past,” Tilley explained. “We're still a long way from this thing turning cold.”

Plano is still the safest city in America, according to Forbes Magazine, despite one very frightening disappearance. But statistics don’t always create a safe state of mind.

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