The father of a New Hampshire 7-year-old girl missing for over two years is allegedly also a person of interest in an unsolved 2008 homicide, according to reports.
As FrontPageDetectives previously reported, in early January, Adam Montgomery, 31, was taken into custody and charged with the second-degree assault of his daughter, Harmony Montgomery, as well as interference with custody, and two misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
According to New Hampshire officials, Harmony Montgomery was 5 when she disappeared in 2019, but the child was only reported missing recently.
“At this time, I have dedicated all available resources and personnel to locating Harmony,” Manchester Police Chief Allen D. Aldenberg said, encouraging anyone with information about the case to come forward so investigators can locate the child.
He is allegedly also a person of interest in the murder of Darlin Guzman, a 28-year-old computer repairman, Boston’s WFXT reported, citing a law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation.
Originally from the Dominican Republic, Guzman was fatally shot in the chest outside a convenience store in Lynn, Massachusetts, shortly before 11 p.m. on Feb. 10, 2008.
Police have made no arrests in Guzman’s murder, but WFXT’s source claimed Adam Montgomery was viewed as a person of interest in the case from early on because he allegedly had interacted with the shooting victim the day of the incident.