January 16, 2022

Harmony’s mother Montgomery attends an awareness drive for her missing daughter

Crystal Chori gathered with family at Manchester Park on Saturday night to raise awareness for her daughter Harmony Montgomery. The 7-year-old girl has been missing since 2019. Chori told News9 that she last saw Harmony in April 2019. The time I saw her was Easter. I made a face-to-face call with her. I had a basket. I said, ‘Next time I see you; I have this basket for you, ‘said Sore. Adam Montgomery, Harmony’s father and legal guard, severed all ties with her and her family after Sore called. “Everyone. His family, I, another. Nothing,” Chori said. Chori, who was worried about her daughter, called DCYF, law enforcement and anyone for several months. Who can help her find Harmony? “I can. I contacted all my family. I told them we had to come forward if something was going on here,” Chori explained. But that was not until two years later. On New Year’s Eve 2021, after Manchester Police officers announced the investigation into the disappearances for Harmony, ID found out she had gone missing a few days earlier. After that, the police set up a hotline, established a reward for information, and conducted several searches for Harmony. On Saturday, investigators were at the home on Gilford Street in Manchester, Harmony’s last known address. .This week they searched the property for the second time. As they continued to lead, Sorey made it his mission to bring Harmony Home. I swear I will never stop looking for her daughter. “Never. We’ve going to bring her home. We’ll never stop,” Sore said. Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Harmony Montgomery can send a message to Manchester Police or call (603) 203-6060. They work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the hotline.

Crystal Chori reunites with her family on Saturday night at Manchester Park for her daughter Harmony Montgomery.

The 7-year-old girl has been missing since 2019. Chori told News9 that she last saw Harmony in April 2019.

“The last time I saw her was at Easter. I made a fashtime call with her. I had a basket. I said, ‘Next time I see you; I have this basket for you,'” Sore said.

Chori said he had severed all ties with her and his family after calling Harmony’s father and law enforcement officer, Adam Montgomery.

“Everyone. His family, me, the other. Nothing,” Sore said.

Concerned about his daughter, Sore said he had been calling the DCYF, law enforcement agencies and anyone who could help find Harmony for months.

“I can. I reached out to all my family. I told them we had to come forward because something was going on here,” Sore explained.

But two years later, on New Year’s Eve 2021, Manchester Police announced an investigation into Harmony’s disappearances, but only days before authorities learned of his disappearance.

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

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

This is the second time this week that they have inspected the property.

Sorey makes it his mission to bring Harmony Home as they continue to follow the same paths. She vowed never to stop looking for her daughter.

“Never. We’ve going to bring her home. We’ll never stop,” Sore said.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Harmony Montgomery can send an SMS to 203-6060 or to the Manchester Police (603). They work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the hotline.