Mom of Missing Girl Harmony Montgomery Speaks Out at Vigil: ‘Mommy’s Right Here’

‘We’re going to be on this every single day’: Mother of missing NH girl speaks out as police search home where she was last seen in 2019 – Boston News, Weather, Sports

Crystal Sorey has faith that, even though she hasn’t seen Harmony in years, the missing 7-year-old girl is still alive

The mother of Harmony Montgomery, the New Hampshire girl who’s been missing for two years, made her first public appearance Saturday since the search got underway.

Crystal Sorey was at a park in Manchester with family and friends for a candlelight vigil, where they prayers and aimed to remind the public that Harmony is still missing.

Speaking first to NBC10 Boston, in her first public comments since the mysterious disappearance, Sorey had this message for her 7-year-old girl: “Hi, baby. If you can see me and hear me, I want you to know that I never stopped looking for you and I won’t stop fighting until I find you, okay? You stay strong and mommy’s right here fighting for you. I love you!”

She has faith that, even though she hasn’t seen Harmony in years, she’s still alive.

“I don’t feel like she’s gone. I just don’t feel that in my heart,” Sorey said. “Like, I don’t feel like I lost her. And a mother knows, a mother knows if your baby’s here or not. I know she’s here.”

The stepmother of Harmony Montgomery, the 7-year-old Manchester girl missing since 2019, has been arrested.

Investigators say that no one has seen Harmony in more than two years. Sorey lost legal custody of the girl in 2018 as she struggled with substance abuse issues.

We just want her to know how much she’s loved and we just want her to come home.

Crystal Sorey, the mother of Harmony Montgomery, a New Hampshire girl who’s been missing for more than two years

The last time Sorey saw Harmony was over Facetime around Easter 2019, she said. After that, Harmony’s father Adam Montgomery — who had legal custody — blocked all contact. He was living in Manchester at the time.

“I’ve been begging for any type of answer since 2019,” Sorey said.

Sorey, who lives in Massachusetts, said she called New Hampshire schools, drove by homes associated with her Harmony’s father, and made multiple calls to the New Hampshire Division of Children, Youth and Families.

“My daughter was failed by everybody,” Sorey said.

New Hampshire’s Department of Health and Human Services has declined to comment on the case citing confidentiality issues.

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The vigil was held after police searched a home, on Manchester’s Gilford Street, where Harmony was last known to have lived. Officials didn’t say what brought them to the home again, after already searching there last weekend.

Harmony hasn’t been seen since late 2019, according to Manchester police, who only found out about her disappearance recently and have since begun a major investigation that includes the FBI.

“We just want her to know how much she’s loved and we just want her to come home,” Sorey said Saturday.

No one has been arrested in connection with her disappearance, but Harmony’s father was arrested this week on charges including failing to have Harmony in his custody. His wife, Harmony’s stepmother, was arrested days later, accused of welfare fraud for allegedly collecting food stamps for the girl even though she was no longer living with them. Both have pleaded not guilty.

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As officials searched a Manchester, New Hampshire home where missing 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery was last seen in 2019 on Saturday, the girl’s mother held a vigil and vowed to not rest until she is found.

“We’re going to be on this every single day until we bring Harmony home,” said Crystal Sorey, Harmony’s mother, urging anyone with information to come forward. “It could be that one person that says ‘Oh my goodness, I know her,’ or ‘She came into my diner,’ whatever the case is, someone knows something.”

The Manchester Police Department, in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies, searched 77 Gilford Street as part of the continued investigation into the disappearance of Montgomery, according to Manchester police. Officials said they first learned Harmony might be missing when Sorey called them in November, saying she’d been trying to find her daughter for months.

The Gilford Street address is the last known location where Montgomery was known to reside prior to her disappearance, police said. The public is asked to respect the privacy of the home’s current residents and to stay off the property as the investigation continues.

Harmony is described as standing about 4 feet tall, weighing 50 pounds with blond hair, blue eyes and glasses. She is also blind in her right eye.

Her father, Adam Montgomery, is being held without bail after being charged with second degree assault, endangering the welfare of a child and interfering with custody, stemming from an alleged incident involving Harmony.

Adam Montgomery’s wife, Kayla, is facing a welfare fraud charge after police say she continued to receive food stamp benefits for Harmony between December 2019 and June 2021. According to her arrest affidavit, Kayla said she has not seen Harmony since the day after Thanksgiving 2019, when Adam said he was going to bring her to her mother.

Sorey said she’s had difficulties in her past, but was just trying to see Harmony found safe now.

“I didn’t have the greatest track record but I never gave, I never ever gave up and I never stayed out there doing bad things, I went to try and get better for my kids you know,” Sorey said. “[Harmony] is the most beautiful, most amazing, smart, funny little girl you’ll ever meet in your life and not her or any child serves this.”

Anyone with information regarding Harmony is asked to call the Manchester police’s dedicated tip line at 603-203-6060.

The reward for information leading to the discovery of the missing girl was increased to $94,000 on Friday.

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