World New Hampshire officials determine Harmony Montgomery was 'murdered'

23:12  11 august  2022
23:12  11 august  2022 Source:   foxnews.com

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New Hampshire authorities announced that the case of missing child Harmony Montgomery is now a homicide investigation.

"Harmony Montgomery was murdered in Manchester, New Hampshire, in the beginning of December 2019," New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella said Thursday, citing evidence officials have collected.

Montgomery went missing at age 5 sometime between Nov. 28 and Dec. 10, 2019, but police only learned of her disappearance two years later.


Montgomery went missing from her father’s custody in 2019, according to authorities, but a missing person report wasn’t filed until late last year when her noncustodial mother learned she had never been registered to attend school in her father’s hometown.

Adam Montgomery, the father, has been held without bail since January on child abuse and other charges in connection with the case. His estranged wife and Harmony’s stepmom, Kayla Montgomery, has been charged with fraud and other charges after allegedly collecting food stamps in the girl’s name for months after she last saw her and again for lying to the grand jury.

Fox News' Michael Ruiz contributed to this report.

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