Chad Robinson's body found in search for missing former NRL player.

By Virginia Small and Kathleen Calderwood

The body of missing former NRL player Chad Robinson has been found in a car at Kenthurst in Sydney’s north-west.

The 36-year-old disappeared from his Kellyville home in November.

Electricity workers discovered the body and police said there were no suspicious circumstances.

A Facebook page, set up to help in the search for Robinson, now includes a post about the family’s heartbreak over the discovery.

“There are no words for our whole families loss and especially his two beautiful kids,” it said.

Robinson’s family made an emotional plea after he went missing, with his sister Monique Brennan saying his disappearance was totally out of character.

“We dearly miss our brother and really want to see him come home,” she said.

“We love him and we can’t imagine life without him.”

Robinson was a forward for the Parramatta Eels between 2000 and 2008, but played for the Sydney Roosters between 2002 and 2004.

This post originally appeared on ABC News.

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