MANCHESTER, N.H. (WHDH) - Police returned to a Manchester, New Hampshire house Monday where 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery was last seen in 2019.

Law enforcement members could be seen digging outside of the home on Gilford Street amid the ongoing search for Harmony.

Harmony’s biological mother, Crystal Sorey, called the police in November to report that she had been trying to find her daughter for months.

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Harmony’s father, Adam Montgomery, had custody of her at the time of her disappearance, and last week he was arrested on charges of assault, endangering the welfare of a child, and interfering with custody.

Kayla Montgomery, Harmony’s stepmother, is also facing a welfare fraud charge for allegedly receiving Harmony’s food stamp benefits after she disappeared.

Officials concluded the multi-day search at the home later in the day but the investigation into the child’s disappearance remains ongoing.

Business groups and other organizations have offered nearly $100,000 in reward money for any information leading to Harmony being found.

Anyone with information regarding Harmony is asked to call the Manchester police’s dedicated tip line at 603-203-6060.

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