A MISSING girl’s little brother ran to the doorbell and asked his dad, “Is that Harmony?”
Jamison is only five and doesn’t know why he was separated from his birth sister Harmony Montgomery, 8, for three years, or the troubling news in her missing person case on Tuesday.
Police wheeled a refrigerator in and out of Harmony’s birth father’s former home in Manchester, New Hampshire – along with other potential pieces of evidence.
Harmony, who turned eight last week, went missing in late 2019 but no one reported her missing until December 2021 after a series of mistakes.
The months-long investigation led to the arrests of her biological father, Adam Montgomery, and his now-estranged wife, Kayla, but none of the charges are related to Harmony’s disappearance.
Jamison’s adoptive father, Blair Miller, told The Sun that he and husband Johnathon haven’t spoken to Jamison about the potentially devastating news that’s lurking around the corner.
“We wanted answers, and now we’re afraid of them,” Miller said.
“The US Marshals and the Attorney’s Office are telling us to remain on standby and they will let us know as soon as possible but prepare for the worst.”
“We realize we need to have this conversation with him. We’ve tried to keep hope alive, but that hope is being stolen from us.
“Now we’re thinking about how we’re going to explain this to Jamison?” How will that affect him when he’s 10, 15, 21, [or] an adult? There are no answers.”
Just last Tuesday, Jamison and his adoptive family celebrated Harmony’s eighth birthday with a cake and a sentimental message from Jamison, which the Millers captured on video.
“Harmony, I hope you have a great birthday, big sister,” Jamison said, blowing her a kiss.
Miller said there are two things he and his family are grateful for.
“One is that law enforcement is so involved and keeping us informed and the other is the community.
“It was therapeutic to read all of the love messages for Jamison and our family. I feel like they want answers like we do and care about Harmony and Jamison like we are.”
‘IT IS NOT GOOD’
After police were seen wheeling in and out of a refrigerator at Adam’s former home on Tuesday and wearing hazmat suits, former FBI agent Jennifer Coffinaffer told The Sun it usually means law enforcement has to “preserve biological evidence.” .
Drawing on her own experience as a field worker, Coffinaffer said, “If they find a body or body parts in a freezer, law enforcement would want to maintain the level of decomposition.”
Authorities have not disclosed what they are looking for or what is leading them to the home.
The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office, which is leading the investigation, did not respond to requests for comment Wednesday.
The Coroner’s Office and Manchester Police referred all questions to the AG.
“No matter what, it’s not good. I have a really creepy feeling about it,” Coffinaffer told The Sun on Tuesday.
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