3 Months Later: Christina Morris Search Intensifies

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[UPDATE] Christina Morris’ mother tells us cadaver dogs will be brought in this week to search for the missing Fort Worth woman. The dogs are expected to head out to an undisclosed area Thursday. This week marks three months since Morris vanished from the Shops at Legacy.

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PLANO, TX -- What’s supposed to be a season filled with joy, is instead filled with sorrow for family and friends of Christina Morris.

Sunday marks three months to the date, when the 23-year-old vanished without a trace. On the night marking her disappearance, friends took to social media – urging folks to light a candle and say a prayer for Christina.

You may remember,  Christina was last seen leaving the Shops at Legacy with an old high school classmate, Enrique Arochi. He’s been questioned by Plano police, and his place searched. Yet still, no arrests or suspects have been named.

Christina's mother, Jonni McElroy, spent sleepless nights scouring North Texas cities in hopes of finding her daughter. Sadly, her efforts yielded little luck and few clues.

Over a week ago, Jonni headed back home to Tulsa.  Yet it’s clear, she and Christina’s friends continue to keep their light of hope shining.

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