Anna Remains Confirmed as Missing Woman Christina Morris; Mother Places Flowers at Site | NBC DFW

Skeletal remains unearthed Wednesday in a field in Anna have been identified as Christina Morris, a 23-year-old woman presumed dead after being reported missing in August 2014.

Plano Chief of Police Gregory W. Rushin said during a news conference Thursday afternoon that the Collin County Medical Examiner’s Office positively identified the remains as those of Christina Morris.

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Unidentified remains found near search area for missing woman Christina Morris | CBS NEWS

ANNA, Texas – Law enforcement officials are responding after men clearing brush in rural north Texas Wednesday morning discovered human remains, reports CBS DFW. The remains found in a wooded area in Collin County have not been identified, but they were found in the same area where investigators had previously searched for missing woman Christina Morris, who vanished from a Plano parking garage in 2014 after a night out with friends.

David Tilley, a spokesman for Plano Police, which is investigating the disappearance, tells the station his department is responding.

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TX – Missing woman still hasn’t been found two years on from being captured on CCTV in undercover car park – Mirror Online

Christina Morris was afraid of the dark. Even at 23, she would sleep with the light on and never walked alone at night. So after an evening spent having fun with her friends in Plano, Dallas, she would have been so grateful when a friend offered to walk her back to her car in a nearby car park.

Christina couldn’t get hold of her boyfriend and she would have been too nervous to walk alone. But minutes after the pair entered the undercover car park, surveillance footage captured Christina’s friend driving away alone – and Christina never reappeared.

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Christina Morris Still Missing After Two Years | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Tuesday, Aug. 30 marks two years since Christina Morris disappeared from the Shops at Legacy after a night out with friends.

The 23-year-old was last seen on surveillance video going into a parking garage with a man named Enrique Arochi.

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Texas woman Christina Morris still missing one year later – CBS News

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PLANO, Texas –Aug. 30 marked a somber anniversary for the family of missing Texas woman Christina Morris – one year since their daughter disappeared.

Christina Morris, 23, was last seen on surveillance camera footage Aug. 30, 2014 at The Shops at Legacy in Plano with her former classmate Enrique Arochi. On the video, the two people are seen walking into a parking garage.

Arochi, 25, was arrested in December and charged with aggravated kidnapping. He has maintained his innocence in the case. The whereabouts of Morris are still a mystery.

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TX – Six months later, still no sign of missing woman Christina Morris – Star Local: News

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Candles were lit and tears fell as about 75 people packed Plano’s Legacy Church on Sunday evening to mark an emotional milestone in the search for Christina Morris: the six-month anniversary of the 23-year-old’s disappearance.

Back in September, Legacy Church served as the command post when Texas EquuSearch was in town leading searches for the missing woman. Six months later, it’s a solemn reminder of all that’s transpired since Aug. 30: daily searches, peaceful protests, disturbing details and an aggravated kidnapping arrest, but still no sign of Christina.

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TX – Missing Woman Christina Morris Left Shops at Legacy in Friend’s Trunk: Warrant | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

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An arrest warrant released by the Plano Police Department said DNA evidence indicates a missing 23-year-old Plano woman last seen entering a parking garage at The Shops at Legacy left the garage in the trunk of a friend’s car.

According to the affidavit, Enrique Gutierrez Arochi has claimed ever since her disappearance Aug. 30 that Christina Morris was never in his vehicle. In an arrest warrant Plano police said that is a lie and that DNA evidence found on Arochi’s trunk and forensic evidence recovered from cellular data proves she was in his vehicle.

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