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Investigators pick up and leave Gilford Street property after several days of collecting evidence in the Harmony Montgomery case

By Jeffrey Hastings - Contributor | Jan 11, 2022
(Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS) Manchester police detectives heading back to their vehicles as investigators began picking up and leaving the Gilford Road property they have focused on for several days in the search for missing girl Harmony Montgomery.
(Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS) Media crews capture video of local, state and federal law enforcement personnel loading vehicles as they prepared to leave the Gilford Street property after spending several days there collecting evidence in the case of missing child Harmony Montgomery.
(Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS) An image captured by a drone shows investigators working in and around a tent and enclosed shelter in the backyard of 77 Gilford St. Monday morning, shortly before they began breaking down the structures and picking up their equipment and preparing to leave the site.


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