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Search for Harmony Montgomery returns to Manchester home

The home is a focus of the investigation because it's the last location where Harmony was known to reside before her disappearance in 2019, according to officials.

Harmony Montgomery was last seen in October 2019, when she was 5.

Manchester police and other law enforcement agencies will be back at 77 Gilford St., in Manchester, New Hampshire, for the continued search for missing 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery, according to a Saturday morning statement by Attorney General John M. Formella, Hillsborough County Attorney John Coughlin, and Manchester Police Chief Allen D. Aldenberg.

The home is a focus of the investigation because it’s the last location where Harmony was known to reside before her disappearance in 2019, according to officials.

Police also searched the home last Sunday, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

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Neighbors told the paper that police cordoned off 77 Gilford St. with tarps and police tape. The paper noted that drone footage showed a tent in the backyard.

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The home was sold in May 2020, according to the Union Leader.

Last week, Aldenberg said police were notified that Harmony Montgomery was last seen in October 2019, when she was 5. WMUR-TV reported that police have been in touch with multiple family members, searching for the girl.

Authorities said that due to the ongoing investigation, no additional information would be released at this time. 

Officials asked the public to respect the privacy of the current residents of 77 Gilford St. and to stay off of their property as the investigation continues. 

Law enforcement officials are still requesting the public’s assistance in locating Harmony Montgomery.

If you have any information, please call or text the 24-hour tip line dedicated to her case at 603-203-6060. 

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