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Police return to former New Hampshire home Harmony Montgomery missing According to the state attorney general, Tuesday as part of a months-long search for the girl̵7;s whereabouts as her extended family confronts the worst.
Officers were seen removing evidence, including a refrigerator, from a house on Union Street in Manchester where his father and stepmother, Adam, and his now-contrast wife, Kayla Montgomery, lived.
“We’ve been told by officials that it probably won’t be a good outcome for Jamison and Harmony to be reunited or the outcome we had hoped for.” Jonathan Miller, Adoptive Father Harmony’s younger brother Jamison told Fox News Digital. “We’ve always held onto the hope that Jamison and Harmony might be back together, but today that hope seems to be taking away from us, especially Jamieson.”
Johnathon and Blair Miller began fostering Harmony’s brother, Jamison, in June 2019 and legally adopted him in November. He offered to take Harmony on several occasions to reunite the siblings, but was never given the opportunity.
Kevin Montgomery, an uncle Adam Montgomery, who reported child abuse allegations to investigators and who has since moved out of state, said he was not informed of any developments.
Earlier on Tuesday, in a joint statement, New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella, Manchester Police Chief Alan Aldenburg, US Marshal Enoch Willard and FBI Boston special agent charge Joseph Bonavolonta said an interagency team would return to the house where Harmony lived with him. father and stepmother before he disappeared in Manchester, New Hampshire.
“644 Union Street is the focus of the investigation because it is where Adam and Kayla Montgomery previously lived,” law enforcement officials said. Police have previously searched 77 Guilford Street, another address linked to the family.
It was not immediately clear whether any new evidence led them back to the scene, and officials said they were not prepared to release further information. Investigators from several agencies turned down requests for comment to the state attorney general’s office, which did not immediately respond.
The home is currently occupied by new tenants who are cooperating with the investigation, and officials asked the public to respect their privacy.
Anyone with knowledge of the matter is asked to call a dedicated tip line at 603-203-6060.
According to officials, Harmony, now 8, went missing from her father’s custody in 2019, but a missing person report was not filed until late last year, when her non-custodial mother learned that she was missing from her father’s custody. was never registered to attend school in her father’s hometown.
Adam Montgomery, the father, has been held without bail since January on child abuse and other charges in connection with the case. his estranged wife and Harmony’s stepmother, Kayla MontgomeryHe has been charged with fraud and other charges after the girl last saw him and again lying to the grand jury for months to collect food stamps in his name.
Adam Montgomery, a violent ex-con and drug addict, claimed he last saw Harmony after giving it to his biological mother, Crystal Souri, around Thanksgiving 2019 – a story police have dismissed as false. He has been charged with child abuse for allegedly giving the girl a black eye before she went missing and accused investigators of pelting stones as they continue to search for the missing child.
Soare did not immediately respond to messages on Tuesday.
a Massachusetts court ruling The state has been reviewed for granting her custody of the girl despite her criminal past and calls for reforms in how the state handles child welfare matters. New Hampshire officials have also called for reforms.