Christina Morris Search Volunteers Needed

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PLANO — The days and months keep tallying up since Christina Morris disappeared from the Shops at Legacy in Plano. As of Wednesday, it’s now been one year and one month since she was last seen on grainy surveillance video with her suspected kidnapper, Enrique Arochi.

Her family and friends have said it over and over again — GIVING UP IS NOT AN OPTION! And they’re standing by that message to the fullest. Volunteers will be back out Saturday, October 3rd searching for any clue that will lead them to Christina.

The Help Find Christina Morris Facebook page is also asking for your assistance.

“Do you know anyone that can help search? Do you know police, firemen, hunters, hikers, etc. that would be willing to join our team and help? Do you have ATVs or Jeeps or know anyone that does? Do you not have or know anyone that has any of the above mentioned items but just simply want to help a beautiful family bring home their daughter????

We will accept ALL the help we can get. We love our Christina and we are so thankful that you do too! Thank you so very much!!”

Enrique Arochi

Enrique Arochi

Enrique Arochi’s kidnapping trial is expected to begin in November, but that could be delayed as prosecutors work to process new hair fibers found in a vacuum. DNA testing could take up to 12 weeks.

Arochi was arrested after Plano PD detectives say they found Christina Morris’ DNA in the trunk of his Camaro.

In an unrelated case, Arochi also faces sexual assault charges for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old girl.

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