Boston 25 Washington Correspondent Blair Miller shares his personal connection to missing girl in NH

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Boston 25 Washington correspondent Blair Miller and his husband Johnathon have adopted three boys. They adopted their youngest son, Jamison, through the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families.

Jamison is the biological brother of the girl, recently reported missing in New Hampshire, identified by Manchester Police as Harmony Montgomery.

Manchester Police said they received a report last week that Harmony had not been seen since October 2019.

Miller told anchor Kerry Kavanaugh Jamison often asks about his sister. He said his family has unsuccessfully tried to reach Harmony since adopting Jamison in November 2019.

Miller added he inquired with DCF about possibly adopting Harmony as well. He says a caseworker told him then Harmony had been reunited with her father.

Kavanaugh reached out to DCF for a clearer picture of the departments’ alleged involvement with Harmony and her family. A spokesperson sent us the following written statement: “Due to state and federal privacy requirements, the Department of Children and Families cannot confirm or deny if a family has a history with the Department.”

Harmony would now be 7, about 4 feet tall, 50 pounds, with blond hair, blue eyes, and glasses, police said. She is blind in her right eye.

Kavanaugh also reached out to N.H. DHHS Bureau of Communications and a spokesperson for the bureau released a statement: “State and federal law require us to protect the confidentiality of children and families served by and individuals engaged with DCYF.”

Police ask anyone with information about Harmony Montgomery to call the Manchester Police Department at 603-668-8711, Detective Jack Dunleavy at 603-792-5561, or the anonymous Crimeline at 603-624-4040.

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