Reward upped to $30K in Christina Morris case

Posted Feb 19 2015 03:51PM CST

Updated Feb 19 2015 03:53PM CST

A reward for information about Christina Morris, the Fort Worth woman who disappeared after an evening with friends in Plano, has been upped to $30,000, according to officials with the Plano Police Department.

Morris, 23, was last seen Aug. 30, 2014. Her car was found locked in a parking garage the next day
at the Shops of Legacy in Plano, and no one has been able to contact her since then.

Morris' friend, Enrique Arochi, was arrested in December in connection to her disappearance. Police said DNA samples collected earlier in the investigation from Arochi's car were a match to Morris' DNA.


The last time Morris was seen, Arochi was seen on surveillance video walking with her into the Shops of Legacy parking garage.

Fundraisers for the investigation led to the reward increase.


Tips can be submitted through the North Texas Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-877-373-TIPS or via http://www.ntcc.crimestoppersweb.com/.

Plano police can be contacted at 972-424-5678.

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