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
A police officer testified Friday that he had been looking for Ahmaud Arbery to give him a trespass warning after a concerned homeowner reported someone had been entering their unfinished home over a five-month period.
Glynn County Police Officer Robert Rash said he spoke with the owners of the property several times who sent him videos of Arbery at the unfinished home.
Arbery, 25, was shot dead on the last day the homeowner’s video shows him entering the home, the Associated Press reported. The videos submitted to police by the homeowner show Arbery at the site between Oct. 25, 2019, and Feb. 23, 2020 – the day Arbery died.
Rash testified he had been looking for Arbery, whose identity was unknown at the time, to tell him to stay away from the unfinished home. The police have a standard protocol for people caught trespassing.
“Once we make contact with the