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Reward doubles in the case of a woman missing from Plano garage

A reward in the case of a missing Fort Worth woman last seen in Plano has increased to $10,000, thanks to an anonymous donation this week, Plano police said Thursday.

Christina Marie Morris, 23, was with a friend walking to her car in a garage at The Shops at Legacy at 3:55 a.m. Aug. 3. But since then, family and friends have not heard from her.

“She has pretty much disappeared into thin air, and we don’t have any clues of where she went,” said Officer David Tilley, a Plano police spokesman.

Morris’ silver Toyota Celica coupe was found in the parking garage. No sign of foul play was found there.

An anonymous donor contributed additional reward money for information that leads to an arrest and indictment in the case if it is determined that a crime was committed, Tilley said.

“We haven’t been able to confirm a crime took place yet,” Tilley said.

The reward was previously up to $5,000, the standard amount offered by CrimeStoppers, the North Texas Crime Commission.

Morris is white with blonde hair and brown eyes, about 5 feet 4 and 100 pounds. — Monica S. Nagy

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