Search for missing girl leads officials to father’s former home

Law enforcement officers from state and federal agencies swarmed a Manchester, New Hampshire, apartment building on Tuesday in connection with the disappearance of 8-year-old Harmony Montgomery.Harmony was 5 when she disappeared sometime between Nov. 28 and Dec. 10, 2019 , but police did not learn of her disappearance for more than two years.Officials said investigators on Tuesday took over 644 Union St., which is the location where the girl’s father, Adam Montgomery, and his estranged wife Kayla Montgomery, previously lived.FBI personnel and investigators in coveralls were seen working on the second floor of the apartment building. While Sky5 flew overhead around 11:30 am, it appeared that investigators were bringing out pieces of interior surfaces. Later, officials were seen removing a refrigerator. Investigators wrapped the appliance in black plastic and loaded it onto a waiting truck. Earlier in the day, another refrigerator was delivered to the scene. “I heard an alert on my phone, and I looked at it, and I was just like, ‘Oh my God. They’re somewhere. They have a new lead,’ which is what we always hoped for every day,” said Kristin Rosati who has spent time searching for Harmony. “We hope this is one step closer to finding Harmony and getting her the justice she deserves,” said Crystal Sorey, Harmony’s mother. At the time of the girl’s disappearance, Adam Montgomery had legal custody of Harmony. He has been indicted on an assault charge alleging that he struck Harmony in the face in July 2019. He’s also accused of unrelated firearms theft charges and has pleaded not guilty. No charges have been directly filed in Harmony’s disappearance. Kayla Montgomery is charged with two felony counts of perjury for allegedly lying to a grand jury. The couple told police that Harmony was brought to be with her mother in Massachusetts around Thanksgiving 2019. Her mother said she last saw her daughter during a phone video conversation around Easter that year.Police have received hundreds of tips. They’re offering $150,000 for information that will lead them to the missing child.Anyone with information about Harmony Montgomery’s disappearance can call or text a 24-hour tip line at 603-203-6060.

Law enforcement officers from state and federal agencies swarmed a Manchester, New Hampshire, apartment building on Tuesday in connection with the disappearance of 8-year-old Harmony Montgomery.

Harmony was 5 when she disappeared sometime between Nov. 28 and Dec. 10, 2019, but police did not learn of her disappearance for more than two years.

Officials said investigators on Tuesday took over 644 Union St., which is the location where the girl’s father, Adam Montgomery, and his estranged wife Kayla Montgomery, previously lived.

FBI personnel and investigators in coveralls were seen working on the second floor of the apartment building. While Sky5 flew overhead around 11:30 am, it appeared that investigators were bringing out pieces of interior surfaces.

Later, officials were seen removing a refrigerator. Investigators wrapped the appliance in black plastic and loaded it onto a waiting truck.

Earlier in the day, another refrigerator was delivered to the scene.

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“I heard an alert on my phone, and I looked at it, and I was just like, ‘Oh my God. They’re somewhere. They have a new lead,’ which is what we always hoped for every day,” said Kristin Rosati who has spent time searching for Harmony.

“We hope this is one step closer to finding Harmony and getting her the justice she deserves,” said Crystal Sorey, Harmony’s mother.

At the time of the girl’s disappearance, Adam Montgomery had legal custody of Harmony.

He has been indicted on an assault charge alleging that he struck Harmony in the face in July 2019. He’s also accused of unrelated firearms theft charges and has pleaded not guilty.

No charges have been directly filed in Harmony’s disappearance.

Kayla Montgomery is charged with two felony counts of perjury for allegedly lying to a grand jury.

The couple told police that Harmony was brought to be with her mother in Massachusetts around Thanksgiving 2019. Her mother said she last saw her daughter during a phone video conversation around Easter that year.

Police have received hundreds of tips. They’re offering $150,000 for information that will lead them to the missing child.

Anyone with information about Harmony Montgomery’s disappearance can call or text a 24-hour tip line at 603-203-6060.

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