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Heartache & Hope: Christina Morris One Year Later…

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PLANO, TX -- 365-days: a year for most, but for the family of Christina Morris, it’s an eternity.

Sunday marks exactly one year ago when the now 24-year-old woman disappeared without a trace from the Plano Shops at Legacy.

Christina’s last moments were captured on a parking garage surveillance video. Her face is everywhere, but her whereabouts remain unknown.

The year has been marked by searches – countless searches – hope and heartache for those who remain tireless in their efforts to bring Christina home.

Her former classmate and the last man seen with her, is still in jail – silent in his cell. Enrique Arochi is charged with aggravated kidnapping in Christina’s case. Plano PD says they found her DNA in the trunk of his car.

Arochi maintains his innocence; Christina`s family maintains he knows what happened to their daughter.

On this somber anniversary, a devastated family is left searching for answers, searching for peace and always searching for Christina.

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