Update: Missing Texas woman’s DNA found in trunk of suspect’s car, police say

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UPDATED 12/19/14 2:38 P.M.

PLANO, Texas (KDFW) – According to arrest warrants, Christina Morris’ DNA was found in the trunk of Enrique Arochi’s truck.

The  new details come nearly one week after Arochi was arrested and charged for allegedly kidnapping the 23-year-old Plano woman.

FOX4 is reporting the DNA evidence is believed to be from Morris’ blood or saliva.

Surveillance video shows Arochi with Morris in the parking garage, according to investigators.

Morris still has not been found, despite continued searches by police and volunteers.

 

 

PLANO, Texas (KXAS) – A 24-year-old Plano man has been charged with aggravated kidnapping related to the case of a missing woman.

Christina Morris, 23, was last seen on Aug. 30 walking into a parking garage in Plano.

Surveillance footage from the parking garage showed a man accompanying her into the garage.

A short time later, he was seen driving out of the garage, but there was no sign of Morris.

Three months after she went missing, police were able to find a trace of blood in the parking garage where Morris was last seen.

According to NBC News, “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.”

Now, authorities have arrested that man,  24-year-old Enrique Gutierrez Arochi, following the results of DNA testing earlier in the investigation.

Police say they still do not know where Morris is and they will continue to search for her.

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