Police search home of Harmony Montgomery's father, where 7-year-old was last seen
Her mother has been "begging for any type of answer".
Authorities have searched the home of Adam Montgomery, where missing seven-year-old Harmony Montgomery was last known to live.
Harmony, who was only reported missing in December 2021 has not been seen in her local town of Manchester, New Hampshire, since October 2019.
Manchester police said the case is "very concerning" and have been searching for the child since it was discovered that she was missing.
"77 Gilford St. is a focus of the investigation because it is the last location where Harmony was known to reside before her disappearance in 2019," police said in a statement.
According to the Boston Globe, authorities did not reveal what they found at the house, which they searched on Saturday and Sunday.
However, they were seen lugging an orange bucket and blue tarp behind the house, which was roped off with yellow crime scene tape, and carrying away sheets of home insulation.
They were also seen digging in the back garden for any signs of Harmony or any evidence that could help them in their investigation.
Her mother, Crystal Sorey, has said that she never stopped searching for her daughter.
"I don’t feel like she’s gone. I just don’t feel that in my heart,” she said. “Like, I don’t feel like I lost her. And a mother knows, a mother knows if your baby’s here or not. I know she’s here.”
She said she had been “begging for any type of answer" and that her daughter was "failed by everybody".
Harmony was in the custody of her father, Adam Montgomery, at the time of her disappearance. Last week, he was arrested in connection with the disappearance but has not been charged.
His partner, Kayla Montgomery, has also been arrested. Both are pleading not guilty.