Mother of Harmony Montgomery attends vigil for missing daughter

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Crystal Sorey gathered with family Saturday night at a Manchester park for a vigil for her daughter, Harmony Montgomery.The 7-year-old girl has not been seen since 2019. Sorey told News 9 she last saw Harmony in April of 2019,”Last time I saw her was Easter. I had a Facetime call with her. I had a basket. I said, ‘next time I see you; I have this basket for you,'” Sorey said.Sorey claimed after that call Harmony’s father and legal custodian, Adam Montgomery, cut all ties with her and her family.”Everyone. His family, me, other. There was nothing,” Sorey said.Worried about her daughter, Sorey said for months she called DCYF, law enforcement and anyone who could help her track down Harmony.”Anybody I could. I reached out to all of my family, too. I said we need to come forward something is happening here,” Sorey explained.But it wasn’t until two years later, New Year’s Eve 2021, when the Manchester Police Department announced a missing persons investigation for Harmony after officials said they became aware of her disappearance days earlier.Since then, police have set up a hotline, established a reward for information and conducted numerous searches for Harmony.On Saturday, investigators were at Harmony’s last known address, a home on Gilford Street in Manchester.It was the second time this week they searched the property.As they continue to follow leads, Sorey has made it her mission to bring Harmony Home. Vowing to never stop looking for her daughter.”Never. We’re going to bring her home. We’re never going to stop,” Sorey said.Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Harmony Montgomery can all or text Manchester Police at (603) 203-6060. The hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Crystal Sorey gathered with family Saturday night at a Manchester park for a vigil for her daughter, Harmony Montgomery.

The 7-year-old girl has not been seen since 2019. Sorey told News 9 she last saw Harmony in April of 2019,

“Last time I saw her was Easter. I had a Facetime call with her. I had a basket. I said, ‘next time I see you; I have this basket for you,'” Sorey said.

Sorey claimed after that call Harmony’s father and legal custodian, Adam Montgomery, cut all ties with her and her family.

“Everyone. His family, me, other. There was nothing,” Sorey said.

Worried about her daughter, Sorey said for months she called DCYF, law enforcement and anyone who could help her track down Harmony.

“Anybody I could. I reached out to all of my family, too. I said we need to come forward something is happening here,” Sorey explained.

But it wasn’t until two years later, New Year’s Eve 2021, when the Manchester Police Department announced a missing persons investigation for Harmony after officials said they became aware of her disappearance days earlier.

Since then, police have set up a hotline, established a reward for information and conducted numerous searches for Harmony.

On Saturday, investigators were at Harmony’s last known address, a home on Gilford Street in Manchester.

It was the second time this week they searched the property.

As they continue to follow leads, Sorey has made it her mission to bring Harmony Home. Vowing to never stop looking for her daughter.

“Never. We’re going to bring her home. We’re never going to stop,” Sorey said.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Harmony Montgomery can all or text Manchester Police at (603) 203-6060. The hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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