The body was found near Tower Lane, Armley this morning. The Coroner’s Office has now been notified so identification can take place. West Yorkshire Police have said there are no suspicious circumstances around Ms Messenger’s disappearance.
Ms Messenger’s family have also been informed of the discovery this morning.
Ms Messenger, 33, of Armley Leeds, went missing on Sunday night.
She had last been seen at 5.30pm on Sunday.
A statement from the police said: “Police searching for missing Chloe Messenger from Leeds have found a body.
“Although formal identification is yet to be completed, the body, which was found near to Tower Lane, Armley, this morning, is believed to be Chloe.
“Her family have been informed.
“There are no suspicious circumstances and the Coroner’s Office has been notified.”
Detective Inspector James Entwistle, of Leeds District CID, previously said it was “out of character” for Chloe to go missing.
The Detective issued an urgent appeal for information over the weekend.
They said: “We are concerned for her welfare.
“We would like to hear urgently from anyone who has seen her or who has any information that could assist in tracing her.”
Although the identity of the body has not been confirmed, tributes were paid to Ms Messenger and her family as reported by Leeds Live.
One person said: “So sad, such a beautiful young lady thoughts are with her family at this sad time.”
Another said: “Such a beautiful lady, so sorry for all her family and friends at this heartbreaking time.”
Another stranger said: “My sincere thoughts and condolences goes out to her family so sad.”
A second said: ” You will be greatly missed by all.”
Another added: “I’m so sad. Thinking of your family and your gorgeous boys.”