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‘A foul smell’ was reported at Harmony Montgomery’s home as police revealed concerns over the safety of the girl, 7, were raised 16 times

According to police, a “bad smell” emanated from the house where a missing seven-year-old girl lived with her father before she disappeared.

Bad smell was reported at the time Adam Montgomery – who was arrested in relation to his daughter Harmony’s missing in 2019 – moving out of home in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Harmony Montgomery, seven years old, remains missing and has not been seen since 2019

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Harmony Montgomery, seven years old, remains missing and has not been seen since 2019
Police responded to the New Hampshire home where Harmony is said to live with her biological father at least 16 times in a year

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Police responded to the New Hampshire home where Harmony is said to live with her biological father at least 16 times in a yearCredit: WBZ CBS

Harmony was last seen in this area in October 2019, but she mysterious disappearance was not reported until the last week of December 2021.

Manchester Police and supporting law enforcement agencies quickly moved and arrested Adam and Harmony’s stepmother. Kayla within two weeks of the new year.

Adam allegedly told his brother that “bashed (Harmony) around the house“, forcing her to scrub toilets with a toothbrush and stand in corners for hours while her addiction recurred, according to the probable cause affidavit before her arrest.

He is believed to have gained custody of Harmony in February 2019 and is living at 77 Gilford St. until it goes on sale in May 2020, according to property filings.

According to a police report The Sun obtained through the claim file, the foul smell was detected by the police.

“The door hasn’t been kicked in yet. Looks like someone moved out, and they left the door open,” according to the police report, which includes the next few words.

“Adam Montgomery. They just aired it. There was a very bad smell.”

It was one of at least 16 times between January 2019 and January 2020 that police responded to the home while the Montgomerys family lived there, according to documents obtained by The Sun.

Other reports detailed verbal fights in the home, neighbors calling about concerns about child abuse and animal abuse, and the state of the home.

Earlier this week, Harmony’s biological mother is Crystal Sorely break her silence into the case and gave a message to his daughter.

“Hi baby. If you could see me and hear me, I want you to know that I haven’t stopped looking for you and I won’t stop fighting until I find you, okay,” she said. NBC10Boston.

“Be strong and I am right here fighting for you. I love you!”

HARMONY STILL FORGET

The main question remains: Where is Harmony Montgomery?

Manchester Police Chief Allen Aldenberg and his brother Harmony’s adoptive parents Blair and Jonathon Miller said they were in “emergency rescue mode.”

The Millers told The Sun in an exclusive interview earlier that they believe Harmony is still alive and are doing everything they can to find their son’s sister Jamison.

They say the two are inseparable while they bounce around foster care system.

Manchester Sheriff has announced a reward of more than $10,000 for information in one Press Conference.

The reward is now up to $100,000.

Manchester Police has set up a tip hotline that can be called or texted and is staffed 24/7: 603-203-6060.

The emotionally charged police chief delivered his message strongly and begged the Manchester community to “be an adult” and move forward.

“Help us find this little girl. Someone who knows something, do what’s right and call,” Aldenberg said.

He then urged the public to avoid social media theories.

“Don’t play detective. Don’t play police. Leave that to us,” said Sheriff Aldenberg.

He said he couldn’t say where Harmony was supposed to be and who she was supposed to be with, but she wasn’t with that person or at that location.

“Frankly enough. This is a seven-year-old girl. Let’s find her.”

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17305417/harmony-montgomery-missing-bad-odor/ ‘A foul smell’ was reported at Harmony Montgomery’s home as police revealed concerns over the safety of the girl, 7, were raised 16 times

Huynh Nguyen

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