Police searching for missing Leeds man Ian Kowalczyk found a body on Sunday night (April 4).
West Yorkshire Police issued a statement which says officers have found a body in their search for the missing Stanningley man.
Although formal identification is yet to take place, Ian Kowalczyk's family have been informed.
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The 56-year-old went missing from Pudsey, Leeds, on March 26.
Police previously put out photos of the car the man had been driving as part of their search.
A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said: "Police searching for a missing Stanningley man have found a body.
"Although formal identification hasn’t taken place the family of Ian KOWALCZYK have been made aware of the development and police are continuing to offer support to the family."