MANCHESTER, N.H. — A “significant” update is expected in the investigation into Harmony Montgomery’s disappearance, 25 Investigates has learned.
The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office and the Manchester Police Department will provide that update Thursday at the NH Department of Safety’s Incident Planning and Operations Center, 110 Smokey Bear Blvd., Concord, N.H., the AG tells 25 Investigates’ Kerry Kavanaugh.
Harmony hasn’t been seen since 2019 when she was in the care of her father, Adam Montgomery. She was 5 years old when she was last seen.
In June of this year, investigators searched an apartment building on Union Street in Manchester, N.H. and removed a refrigerator and other items. The apartment is where Adam and Harmony’s stepmother Kayla Montgomery once lived, though it is unclear if Harmony herself ever lived there.
Adam Montgomery, a man with a lengthy criminal record, was indicted by a Hillsborough County grand jury in March on a felony charge of second-degree assault, alleging that he struck Harmony in the face in July 2019.
Kayla Montgomery was indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of theft by deception, alleging that she told New Hampshire Health Department workers that Harmony was a member of her household from November 2019 to June 2021, and that she received food stamp benefits for Harmony.
Kayla was also arrested in June on perjury charges.
Both have pleaded not guilty and told police that Harmony was living with her mother in Massachusetts.
Adam is currently in custody, while Kayla is out on bond.
Sources have told 25 Investigates Adam Montgomery has not cooperated with the investigation.
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