New Hampshire police ask for public’s help finding child missing for two years

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Police in Manchester, New Hampshire issued a plea for the public’s help in locating a missing 7-year-old child who has not been seen since late 2019. The police said they only learned about the disappearance of Harmony Montgomery through a report earlier this week. “The circumstances surrounding this prolonged absence are very concerning and are being thoroughly investigated,” police said in a news release. Police said they did not believe Montgomery was ever enrolled in school in the Manchester school district. “To my knowledge, she was not,” Manchester police chief Allen Aldenberg said at a news conference Friday. “Last time she was enrolled in any type of school, from my understanding, is yet to be confirmed, is down in Massachusetts.””There’s many questions that need to be answered from 2019 to where we are December 31, 2021, and we are working to get those answers,” the police chief said. “We need assistance. We need help,” Aldenberg said. “We don’t have many answers to many questions that we have and will continue to work and speak with the family.”Manchester police said detectives have been investigating the case non-stop since being made aware.Montgomery is a 7-year-old white female, approximately 4 feet tall, weighing around 50 pounds with blonde hair, blue eyes and glasses. Aldenberg is pleading for the community to help the police with any tips they can provide. “I’m imploring, I’m asking, even I’ll go as far as I’m begging the community.””I don’t care if you saw this young girl a year ago and you think it’s irrelevant. Call us and say, ‘I saw her a year ago,'” Aldenberg said. “I saw her 18 months ago. I saw her a week ago, much less than that two year window, and keep shrinking that two year window to present day today, and lets chase down every, every possible avenue with the hopes of finding unharmed.”Anyone who has information about Montgomery’s whereabouts is asked to call the Manchester Police Department at 603-668-8711 or Detective Jack Dunleavy at 603-792-5561.

Police in Manchester, New Hampshire issued a plea for the public’s help in locating a missing 7-year-old child who has not been seen since late 2019.

The police said they only learned about the disappearance of Harmony Montgomery through a report earlier this week.

“The circumstances surrounding this prolonged absence are very concerning and are being thoroughly investigated,” police said in a news release.

Police said they did not believe Montgomery was ever enrolled in school in the Manchester school district. “To my knowledge, she was not,” Manchester police chief Allen Aldenberg said at a news conference Friday. “Last time she was enrolled in any type of school, from my understanding, is yet to be confirmed, is down in Massachusetts.”

“There’s many questions that need to be answered from 2019 to where we are December 31, 2021, and we are working to get those answers,” the police chief said.

“We need assistance. We need help,” Aldenberg said. “We don’t have many answers to many questions that we have and will continue to work and speak with the family.”

Manchester police said detectives have been investigating the case non-stop since being made aware.

Montgomery is a 7-year-old white female, approximately 4 feet tall, weighing around 50 pounds with blonde hair, blue eyes and glasses.

Aldenberg is pleading for the community to help the police with any tips they can provide. “I’m imploring, I’m asking, even I’ll go as far as I’m begging the community.”

“I don’t care if you saw this young girl a year ago and you think it’s irrelevant. Call us and say, ‘I saw her a year ago,'” Aldenberg said. “I saw her 18 months ago. I saw her a week ago, much less than that two year window, and keep shrinking that two year window to present day today, and lets chase down every, every possible avenue with the hopes of finding unharmed.”

Anyone who has information about Montgomery’s whereabouts is asked to call the Manchester Police Department at 603-668-8711 or Detective Jack Dunleavy at 603-792-5561.

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