Investigators have narrowed the window for when a New Hampshire girl went missing to 13 days in late 2019, coinciding with the eviction of her father and stepmother and witness accounts of the family living in cars. Adam and Kayla Montgomery, together with two children of their own and Adam’s daughter, Harmony Montgomery, age 5 at the time, were evicted from a Manchester home on Nov. 27, 2019, the office said in a news release. Police searched the home earlier this month, but have released no further information. “Multiple individuals have reported seeing Harmony with Adam and Kayla in the following days; however, by approximately December 6–10, 2019, Adam and Kayla apparently had only their two common children, and Harmony was no longer with them,” the office said. “This information leads police to believe that it was sometime during this window of approximately November 28–December 10, 2019, that Harmony Montgomery disappeared,” it said. The witnesses reported that during that time, Adam and Kayla Montgomery and the children were homeless and living out of cars. Assistant Attorney General Jesse O’Neill told a judge “there’s no evidence” that Harmony Montgomery was with her mother, Crystal Sorey, after Thanksgiving 2019 — or long before that. Kayla Montgomery, 31, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges she lied last year that Harmony Montgomery was in her household to claim food stamp benefits.