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New Hampshire girl, 7, last seen two years ago is finally reported missing just last week

New Hampshire girl, 7, who is blind in one eye is reported missing two years after she was last seen: Police searching for the youngster say it’s not clear why her disappearance wasn’t reported sooner

  • Manchester Police in New Hampshire are seeking information regarding the disappearance of Harmony Montgomery, 7
  • Harmony was last seen two years ago at a house in the area after a 911 call had been made
  • A missing person’s report was filed just last week of December 2021 and police were only notified this week, two years on from the girl’s disappearance
  • Harmony was last enrolled in school in Massachusetts in 2019, according to police, but detectives don’t know what town
  • Harmony is described as four-feet tall with blonde hair, and blue eyes and is said to be wearing glass due to being blind in her right eye. She weighs 50-pounds


Harmony Montgomery, 7, has been missing since October 2019. The last time she was seen was at a house in Manchester, New Hampshire, after a 911 call had been made

Police in New Hampshire are searching for a seven-year-old girl who was last seen two years ago after she was only just reported missing. 

Harmony Montgomery was reportedly last seen in October 2019, when she was five-year-old said, Manchester Police confirmed this week. 

A missing person’s report of her disappearance was received just last week of December 2021. 

Harmony is described as four-feet tall and weighs 50-pounds. She has blonde hair, and blue eyes and is said to be wearing glass due to being blind in her right eye. The last photographs taken of Harmony are from two years ago.

‘Manchester police became aware of this this week, and I know people are going to say “Well here it is 2021, almost 2022, and nobody has seen this young girl since late October 2019. So what has happened in the last few years?” Fair question. 

‘That’s why I’m here today. Because we need assistance. We need help. And we do not have many answers to many questions that we have,’ said Manchester Police Chief Allen D. Aldenberg.

‘I don’t care if you saw this young girl a year ago and you think it’s irrelevant – call us.’ 

Police said they were informed this week through the Division of Children Youth and Families in New Hampshire after several people filed reports of the missing child. 

Authorities have spoken with Harmony’s family members but would not reveal which relatives those were. They said the girl was last seen in the area in October 2019 after police had responded to a call at a house where she was, but they did not disclose the details of the call.

Harmony is described as four-feet tall and weighs 50-pounds. She has blonde hair, and blue eyes and is said to be wearing glass due to being blind in her right eye

Harmony is described as four-feet tall and weighs 50-pounds. She has blonde hair, and blue eyes and is said to be wearing glass due to being blind in her right eye

A missing person's report of Harmony's disappearance was filed just last week of December 2021, two years after she went missing

A missing person’s report of Harmony’s disappearance was filed just last week of December 2021, two years after she went missing

Aldenberg described the case as a ‘top priority’ for his investigators but added that there’s isn’t a lot of information out there for his department to go on about the girl’s disappearance. 

It remains a ‘very active investigation,’ he said, adding that police is not searching for anyone in connection to the case, except Harmony.  

She was last enrolled in school in Massachusetts in 2019, according to the police chief, but detectives don’t know what town. Aldenberg failed to answer whether Harmony was the subject of a custody dispute or if any child welfare agencies had previously alerted police.

‘I have detectives working on this that all have children of their own,’ Aldenberg said. ‘I do not doubt their level of commitment.’

Anyone with information is asked to contact Manchester police at 603-668-8711 or Detective Jack Dunleavy at 603-792-5561. You can also remain anonymous and call the Manchester Crimeline at 603-624-4040.

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