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Mother of Harmony Montgomery attends vigil for missing daughter

Crystal Suri reunited with the family Saturday night in a Manchester park for a vigil for her daughter, Harmony Montgomery. The 7-year-old has not appeared since 2019. Suri told News9 that she saw Harmony in April of 2019, “Suri said the time I saw her was Easter. I made a call to her via Facetime. I had a basket. I said “Next time I see you, I have this basket for you.” The legal guardian, Adam Montgomery, cut all ties with her and her family. “Everyone. His family, me, others. There was nothing,” Suri said worried for her daughter, for months, she called DCYF, law enforcement and anyone who could help her track down Harmony. “Anyone I could. I’ve reached out to all of my family, too. And I said we need to make something happen here,” Suri explained, but it wasn’t until two years later, New Years Eve 2021, when the Manchester Police Department announced a missing persons investigation for Harmony after officials learned of her disappearance days earlier, and since then, Police set up a hotline, set up a bounty for information and conducted several searches for Harmony.On Saturday, investigators were at Harmony’s last known address, a home on Guilford Street in Manchester. It was the second time they had searched the property this week, and with Continuing to pursue potential clients, Suri made it her mission to bring Harmony Home. She vowed to never stop looking for her daughter. We’ll bring her home. We’ll never stop,” Suri said. Anyone with information about Harmony Montgomery’s whereabouts can text Manchester Police at (603) 203-6060. The hotline operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Crystal Suri met the family Saturday night in a Manchester park for a vigil for her daughter, Harmony Montgomery.

The 7-year-old has not been seen since 2019. She told Syrian News9 that she last saw Harmony in April of 2019,

Suri said, “The last time I saw her was Easter. I called her via Facetime. I had a basket. I said, ‘Next time I see you, I have this basket for you.'”

Suri subsequently claimed contact with Harmony’s father and legal guardian, Adam Montgomery, by severing all ties with her and her family.

“Everyone, his family, me, another,” Suri said. “There was nothing.”

Suri said that worried for her daughter for several months, she called DCYF, law enforcement and anyone who could help her track down Harmony.

“Anyone can do that,” Suri explained. “I’ve reached out to all of my family as well. I said we need to introduce something that’s going on here.”

But it wasn’t until two years later, on New Years Eve 2021, when the Manchester Police Department announced a missing persons investigation for Harmony after officials said they learned of her disappearance days earlier.

Since then, the police have set up a hotline, set up a bounty for information and conducted numerous searches for Harmony.

On Saturday, investigators were at Harmony’s last known address, a home on Guilford Street in Manchester.

This is the second time the property has been inspected this week.

As they continue to pursue leads, Sorey has made it her mission to bring back Harmony Home. She vows to never stop searching for her daughter.

“Never. We will bring her home. We will never stop,” Suri said.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Harmony Montgomery can all be sent or text Manchester Police at (603) 203-6060. The hotline operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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