Search for missing Plano girl intensifies

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PLANO, Tex. — Three months after 23-year-old Christina Morris went missing, cadaver dogs brought in from Houston have traced what is believed to be blood in the parking garage where she was last seen.

And on December 5, her scent was picked up in a field.

This has got to be promising for Morris’ family, who is in relentless pursuit to find Christina.

Police say Morris was last seen on August 30, 2014 leaving a friend’s apartment at the Shops at Legacy around 4:00 a.m. with acquaintance, Enrique Arochi.

According to nbcnews.com, “the last man seen with Christina Morris before she disappeared lied to detectives multiple times, cleaned his car, and had what was described as a bite mark on his arm the morning after her disappearance.”

And myfoxdfw.com reported that, “Arochi originally told police they parted ways before Morris got to her car, but a search warrant affidavit suggests that was not true.”

Private Investigator, Paula Boudreaux says the blood traced by the cadaver dogs was found near where Enrique Arochi’s car was parked that night.

Morris’ boyfriend, Hunter Foster, was recently indicted in connection to a drug sting in Dallas.

The indictment says  that on August 1st, Foster was working with at least 15 other people to sell Molly, the purest form of ecstasy.

However, authorities say there is no evidence showing that the drug sting has any involvement in her disappearance.

Police say that there are still no suspects in this case.

This is a developing story. Stay tuned with kfor.com for more information.

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