Who is Crystal Sorey? Harmony Montgomery’s mother 'knows in her heart' little one is dead

Harmony has not been seen since October 2019 but she was reported missing in December 2021


                            Who is Crystal Sorey? Harmony Montgomery’s mother 'knows in her heart' little one is dead
Harmony Montgomery was reported missing by her mom Crystal Sorey in December last year (Twitter and Facebook/ @Crystal Renee Sorey)
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MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE: The mysterious missing case of a little girl, Harmony Montgomery, who turned eight last week, is getting intense with each passing day. The child was five when she went missing in October 2019 but a report was filed two years later in December 2021 by her biological mother, Crystal Sorey.

At the time of her disappearance, Harmony was living with her father Adam Montgomery, and stepmother Kayla Montgomery, after her own mother lost custody of her. Both of them are facing charges but not directly related to with Harmony’s disappearance. As per reports, police have recently searched an apartment that was once occupied by Adam and Kayla. They reportedly took away a fridge, doorknobs and faucets from the place at the 644 Union Street apartment in Manchester for investigation purposes and also asked her family to “prepare for the worst”.

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Now, the victim’s mother, Crystal has spoken to Boston 25 News’ Jason Law and expressed her fear regarding the case's progression. She said, “This is no longer a rescue mission. It’s not a missing person anymore. I know in my heart it’s going to switch from a missing person’s case to a homicide,” before adding: “It’s really a waiting right now at this point. I was told things are going to get really intense in the next few weeks to come. A lot is going to happen.”

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Along with Crystal, Harmony’s little brother Jamison Montgomery’s adoptive family is also reportedly worried. His adoptive father Blair Miller spoke with The Sun. He said, “We wanted answers, and now we're afraid of it. The US Marshals and DA's office are telling us to standby and they'll let us know as soon as they can but prepare for the worst. We're realizing we're going to have to have that conversation with him. We were trying to keep hope alive, but that hope is being ripped away from us. We are now thinking how are we going to explain this to Jamison? How is this going to impact him when he's 10, 15, 21, [or] an adult? There are no answers.”

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Miller went on to thank the police and the community for all the support they are receiving. He told The Sun, “One is law enforcement being so involved and keeping us informed and the other is the community. It's been therapeutic reading all the messages of love for Jamison and our family. I feel like they want answers like we do and are concerned about Harmony and Jamison like we are.”

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In April, the adoptive father, who co-parent the boy with his husband Jonathan, had shared a post on Instagram with a picture of little Jamison. He wrote in the caption, “In the peace of sitting with our son on the front porch and waiting to start the day, Jamison was talking about school. Out of the blue, he said to Johnathon and I, “I wish Harmony could come to my school with me. I miss her.” It was a gut punch reminder to us on many levels. A reminder that a child yearns to have a bond with his sister, that saved him. And a reminder that we all must do more to help find his sister, Harmony, who’s been missing with too many unexplained questions that continue to linger on. Jamison - we too wish that could happen. You’re a sweet boy. #bringharmonyhome #harmonymontgomery #findharmony @johnathonb #manchesternh.”

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Police have described little Harmony Montgomery as standing about 4 feet tall ad weighing 50 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes. They said she's blind in her right eye and usually wears glasses. Her most recent photographs were taken she was 5 years old. Having said that, if you or anyone you know has information related to the case, you are urged to contact the Manchester, New Hampshire Police Tip Line at 603-203-6060. Tips can be sent via text or call.

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