MANCHESTER, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — The Manchester Police Department and other law enforcement agencies are conducting searches at a home in Manchester Saturday in connection to missing seven-year-old Harmony Montgomery.
The search is underway at a home located at 77 Gilford Street in Manchester, according to a statement from the New Hampshire Attorney General's office. This home has been a focus of the investigation into Montgomery's disappearance because it was her last known residence before she went missing.
Police said they're searching the home for any sign of Montgomery or a sign of what happened to the child. The current residents at the home are not related to Montgomery and are not connected to the case.
Montgomery has been missing since 2019 but her disappearance was not reported until late December. Her mother originally contacted police back in November claiming she had not seen or heard from her daughter, who was in the custody of Adam Montgomery, Harmony's father.
Adam Montgomery was arrested earlier this week on charges of second-degree assault and child endangerment charges. He is being held without bail.
Harmony's stepmother Kayla Montgomery was also arrested this past week, for allegedly using the child to collect over $1,500 in food stamp benefits despite the fact she was not living with her. She is being held on $5,000 bail. Kayla Montgomery is not Harmony's biological mother.
Police are offering a reward of up to $94,000 for information to help in the investigation. Manchester Police ask anyone with information to contact a dedicated tip line at 603-203-6060.