For years, police have been searching for the missing five-year-old Harmony Montgomery. However, New Hampshire po.lice recently came forward with a shoc.king statement – the little girl was mur.dered in December 2019, although her body has never been found.
Although pol.ice do not have her body, they do have “biological” evidence that allows them to rule her disappearance a homicide all these years after the then-five-year-old Harmony went missing from her mother’s home in 2019 in New Hampshire.
During Harmony’s short life, she had to deal with horrible conditions. She was shu.ttled between various social services organizations and faced a life that included alleg.ations of ab.use, neglect, and more examples of what parents should not do to their little ones.
Authorities became involved in Harmony’s missing person case in September 2021. By that point, she had already been missing for two years, and there was little chance that cops, even the best officers, would be able to track her down after so much time away from her mother.
However, a press conference on Thursday revealed much-needed information in Harmony’s case that will allow a small New Hampshire community to finally get some closure.
New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella confirmed that the p.olice would no longer be looking to find a missing person. Instead, they would be hunting for the evil person who killed five-year-old Harmony in cold blood.
Because police are still hunting for the child’s cold-blo.oded ki.ller, they have not revealed what evidence they found that confirms she was ind.eed kill.ed and not just mis.sing. They have not yet found her remains but are still looking for them after so much time gone.
Authorities are begging the people of New Hampshire to come forward if they have any idea what happened to little Harmony back in December 2019.
Manchester Chief of Police Allen Aldenberg said, “There are people out there who have yet to come forward… do it for this little girl.”
Authorities are banking on their “recently uncovered biological evidence” to help track down Harmony’s killer. However, they have not yet publicly announced what this evidence is because it might give the killer a chance to cover their tracks and escape capture from New Hampshire authorities.
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu said: “Our greatest fears were confirmed today, and now our efforts shift to ensuring justice for Harmony.
I commend the tireless dedication of the law enforcement community for their unwavering efforts and commitment to transparency and recognize they have much work ahead of them.
We have come to know Harmony through her bright smiles in her photos, and she will not soon be forgotten by her fellow Granite Staters.”
According to Daily Mail, Blair Miller, the ado.ptive father of Harmony’s biological brother Jamison, said: “We will forever question why so many steps in the le.gal process were missed and ignored before decisions were made to reunite Harmony with her father and to deprive her and Jamison of a life together.
As we work to be part of the process to bring change to the system that failed Harmony and our son, we are aware that many aspects of Harmony and Jamison’s cases should have been treated differently.”