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Search at Manchester home where Harmony Montgomery was last seen continues

In a house on Guilford Street in Manchester. Wymore’s Jessica Moran now lives with more. Nine News I spoke with a relative of Harmony Montgomery. His heart was touched by his disappearance and he says his family tried to help. For the second straight day, detectives working in a house on Guilford Street in Manchester, the last known location for 7 years at Harmony Montgomery …. FALYMI members continue to seek the public’s help in finding the little girl, last seen in 2019. <2:41 نحن نأمل ، لقد مر وقت طويل منذ أن شاهدها أي شخص ، لذا فإن المشاعر كلها في المكان . 2:50> KEVIN MONTGOMERY IS HARMONY’S GREAT UNCLE….. HE SAYS THAT HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH SI DE OF THE FAMILY IS STRAINED…. BUT SAYS THAT HIS FAMILY TRY TO HELP H.ER <2:57- الكثير من النقد من الجمهور العام ولا يعرفون شيئًا. لقد كانت محبوبة ، كانت محبوبة ، فقط بعض الأشخاص الذين أحبوها معظمهم لم تكن لدينا حقوقًا عندما أتت لأولياء الأمور ، لم يكن لدينا أي حقوق. 3:> 14 Kevin Montgomery asks anyone who sees anything to contact the authorities, even if they want to remain anonymous. <5:14 شخص ما شوهد هو تلك الفتاة الصغيرة أخيرًا ، في مكان ما ، شخص ما يعرف شيئًا ما. 5:21> MANCHESTER POLICE LTE NEWS 9 WILL CONTINUE TO CONTINUE TO LOOK FOR THE PROPERTY OBJECTIVE

The search continues at the Manchester home where Harmony Montgomery was last seen

As the Hunt for Harmony enters another week, relatives are desperate for answers.


For the second day in a row, investigators stayed at a home in Manchester, the last known location of 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery. Manchester Police told News 9 they would continue to search the property on Guilford Street on Monday. The current homeowners have no connection to the case. Neighbor Kimberly Cabin said, “Kind of scary. We always thought something was weird a few years ago when the house had a generator in the middle of summer, but we never saw anything.” Week, relatives desperately need answers. Harmony’s great uncle Kevin Montgomery said, “We’re hopeful. It’s been a long time since anyone’s seen her, so emotions are everywhere.” “Our relationship with this side of the family, the caretakers of Harmony, was weird. So we didn’t get any pictures or conversations or nothing,” Montgomery said. Montgomery said he spoke before Harmony’s disappearance was announced. “Some people who loved her more than others, we had no rights when it came to parents. We had no rights. Things were done. Reports were made,” Montgomery said. “Please,” said Montgomery. “We want to take her home.” The reward for information leading to Harmony has increased to $94,000. People can call or send personalized text messages to the advice line 603-203-6060. Previous coverage: Harmony Montgomery’s mother attends the vigil for her missing daughter. Missing New Hampshire girl removed from family account The father of the missing girl accused of abuse says he left her with her mother, according to an affidavit, the director of the Dubai Center for Youth and Sports stands by the agency as the search for the missing girl continues. Announcing rewards for information on a missing 7-year-old girl Neighbors reaction when Manchester Police search for clues on the missing girl Police are searching for Manchester property in relation to a missing 7-year-old girl last seen in Manchester in October 2019; Police seek advice from the public

For the second day in a row, investigators stayed at a home in Manchester, the last known location of 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery.

Manchester Police told News 9 they would continue to search the property on Guilford Street on Monday. The current homeowners have no connection to the case.

Neighbor Kimberly Cabin said, “Kind of scary. We always thought something was weird a few years ago when the house had a generator in the middle of summer, but we never saw anything.”

As the Hunt for Harmony enters another week, relatives are desperate for answers.

Harmony’s great uncle Kevin Montgomery said, “We’re hopeful. It’s been a long time since anyone’s seen her, so emotions are all around.”

Harmony hasn’t been seen since 2019, and Kevin Montgomery said that’s also the last time he’s seen her.

“Our relationship with this side of the family, the caretakers of Harmony, was weird. So we didn’t get any pictures, no conversations, nothing,” Montgomery said.

Montgomery said he spoke before Harmony’s disappearance was announced.

“Some people who loved her more than others, we had no rights when it came to parents. We had no rights. Things were done. Reports were made,” Montgomery said.

Meanwhile, Montgomery is appealing to anyone with information on Harmony’s whereabouts to come forward.

“Please,” said Montgomery. “We want to take her home.”

The reward for information leading to Harmony has grown to $94,000. People can call or text a custom message to the tip line at 603-203-6060.

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