THE mother of a missing seven-year-old took to Facebook to defend her actions in the wake of the girl's disappearance, calling out "bullies" who brigaded her in comments on social media.
Crys Renee Sorey posted on Facebook, saying "New Hampshire DCYF failed" her daughter, Harmony Montgomery, and that she had filed "dozens of reports of abuse and neglect."
In the series of posts, Crys insisted that she had been trying to locate her daughter since her initial disappearance.
In all-caps, she wrote, "Myself & her family have filed dozens of reports of abuse & neglect & nothing was done until I called police & wrote a letter to the NH mayor."
Crys was likely referring to the Manchester, New Hampshire Mayor Joyce Craig.
The mayor received an email in December "primarily regarding issues with follow-up" on Harmony's case from the Division for Children, Youth and Families, but the mayor's office did not confirm if Crys Sorey was the sender.
"I'm calling on all my guardian angels to surround my baby & keep her safe & bring her home to me & her brothers," Crys also posted, with a photo collage of Harmony and some of her siblings.
In one comment, she said that she was not yet "allowed" to say more about the details of the disappearance and that she would not share information that might interfere with the investigation.
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In another post, she asked those on her profile to also keep watch for Harmony's father, Adam Montgomery.
It's not clear if Adam Montgomery is connected to Harmony's disappearance or what his current relationship to Crys Renee Sorey is.
Along with photos of Harmony and information about the disappearance, Crys also called out a "bully" who had argued with her in the comments of a post.
She labeled him an "irrelevant loser."
The man apparently called Crys's past into question, making allusions to drug use and a history of poor behavior.
"My daughter is missing & this is what ppl are focusing on?!" Crys wrote.
"Throwing my past on front street & trying to make it look like I don't care!"
Seven-year-old Harmony Montgomery has not been seen since October 2019 when cops were called to a home in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Police Chief Allen Aldenberg told a press conference on December 31 that the city's police department only became aware of her disappearance in the past week.
"For us to have a two-year delay, that is extremely concerning," Aldenberg said.
"That's not something that happens to us on a regular basis. It doesn't happen every day."
The police chief also revealed that "many family members" have been spoken to as the investigation continues.
However, it is unclear if Harmony's mother has spoken with investigators, and if so, to what extent.
Police announced they intend to provide an update on Harmony's case on January 3, at 4pm EST.
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