HARMONY Montgomery’s last-known home was searched twice in the past week as her mom revealed new details about when she last saw her daughter.
The missing seven-year-old girl’s last known 2019 residence — on Gilford Street in Manchester, New Hampshire — was searched by police on Saturday morning.
However, officials have yet to reveal why they followed through with another search, after conducting one at the home last weekend.
In a statement released Saturday, New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella said: “Due to the ongoing investigation, no additional information will be released at this time.
“Officials ask the public to respect the privacy of the current residents and to stay off of their property as the investigation
Investigators searched a property in Manchester Sunday in connection to the search for a missing 7-year-old last seen more than two years ago.Manchester police Chief Allen Aldenberg confirms to News 9 investigators were at a property on Gilford Street related to the search for Harmony Montgomery, 7, who was last seen in October 2019.Aldenberg said the department has received some tips and each one is being looked into.Police said they first learned Harmony went missing last week. Aldenberg did not specify who reported the girl missing but said his department has been in touch with multiple family members and will continue to speak with them.Harmony Montgomery, 7, was last seen in a home in Manchester in October 2019, when she was 5, police said.On Sunday, Mayor Joyce Craig’s office told News 9 that their office received an email last week with a concern about Harmony Montgomery but her office said … Read More
LOUISVILLE, Colo. (AP) — Search teams looked for two missing people in the smoldering debris from a massive Colorado wildfire while people who escaped the flames sorted through the charred remnants of their homes to see what was left.
Investigators were still trying to determine what caused flames to tear through at least 9.4 square miles (24 square kilometers), leaving nearly 1,000 houses and other buildings destroyed in suburbs between Denver and Boulder.
The inferno broke out Thursday, unusually late in the year following an extremely dry fall and amid a winter nearly devoid of snow. Experts say those conditions, along with high winds, helped the fire spread.
Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle says authorities are pursuing a number of tips and had executed a search warrant at “one particular location.” The sheriff refused to give details Sunday, including whether he thought the fire was arson.
“It’s complicated and it’s
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