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Dom Yarwood: Police find body in search for missing football agent

While investigating the disappearance of football agent Dominic Yarwood, police discovered a body.

The 32-year-old, who represents a number of Football League players, was last seen in Woodland Grange, Worsley, at 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday.

Footballers and celebrities including Kyle Walker of Manchester City and England have made social media posts pleading for the return of Yarwood.

After informing his family of the dead discovery, police released a statement on Thursday.

There are no suspicious circumstances, according to the police, and the individual has not been formally identified.

No official identification has been made yet, but Dominic’s loved ones have been notified.

We’re here for his family through this terrible moment, and there are no suspicious circumstances.

On Wednesday, Elite Management employee Yarwood posted a black screen on his Instagram story.

“Dom, you’ll never know how much you’re going to be missed.,” the corporation tweeted when the news broke.

A wonderful associate, representative, and team player. You’re an integral part of why Elite is where it is now, and without you, the club wouldn’t be the same.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones.

On his Instagram story, City and England fan Walker wrote, “MISSING. Please call Manchester police immediately if you have any information on the whereabouts of Dom Yarwood.

Meanwhile, Kieffer Moore, a striker for Cardiff City and Wales, and Ross Worswick, the founder of The Couture Club and a guest star on Ex on the Beach, both made passionate pleas.

Along with Aston Villa prodigy Louie Barry, West Bromwich Albion combo Jake Livermore and Conor Townsend, and England youth international Conor Gallagher (currently on loan at Crystal Palace from Chelsea) are all represented by Elite.

Former Northern Ireland international Kyle Vassell, current Blackpool stars Marvin Ekpiteta and Keshi Anderson, and many more Football League players are among Yarwood’s vast list of clientele.

Online condolences poured in, including this one from Walsall loanee Rollin Menayese: “This life can be so harsh, rest in peace mate.

“I’m really shocked and heartbroken. Your loved ones are in my prayers at this time.

You gave me hope when I didn’t have it and access to opportunities I never would have had otherwise; for that, I will be eternally grateful. I will always appreciate it.

So many people’s lives you’ve impacted, and so much affection for you. No one can replace you. I pray that you are at rest now.

In the words of another agent, Mark Aspinall: “Absolutely awful news about Dom Yarwood, was only sat watching a game with him 3 weeks ago.

He was a top agent who put in extra effort for his clients around the clock. Rest in peace bro, my prayers are with your loved ones.

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