Banding Together: Morris Family Raising Money to Help Search For Christina

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PLANO -- “Once we found out that none of her friends had heard from her, and no one knew where she was, that panic started to set in," Sarah Estes said.

Estes and her family have been in limbo for the past two months ever since her sister, Christina Morris, vanished from a Plano parking garage. “Step-sisters officially, but we’re actually  just sisters. There is nothing like a sibling bond,” Estes said.

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Morris’ face has been everywhere -- from billboards and flyers asking for any info on her whereabouts. From that, Estes and her brother Jake Morris, felt like they could do more to get the word out. So, they started printing shirts and bracelets.

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“You know, it keeps her face in people’s minds, keeps people thinking about her, praying for her and that's been a huge blessing.”

They sell the shirts for about $15 and the bracelets for about $10. The proceeds are going to help find Christina.

“If we can raise enough then to increase that reward, hopefully get some people talking," Estes added.

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To get more folks talking, Estes and her brother plan to set up at the Shops at Legacy on Sunday, to sell shirts and bracelets, in the hopes of finally bring their sister home.

“She’s my baby sister, it's been far too long. Our family is not complete without her.”

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