Cops searching for missing Amy Gerard say body found in Tenerife shows 'no signs of violence'

Amy, 28, went missing more than a week ago in Tenerife after a night out with work colleagues and her boyfriend at an Irish pub.

Officials could not formally identify a woman's body found off the coast of the Puerto de la Cruz island where Amy worked because it had been “pounded by the sea against rocks” for several days.

Tenerife National Police said: "The apparent circumstances that led to the death of the woman found dead in the sea earlier this week do not seem to have been brought about by a violent act."

The search for Amy, who worked as a whale trainer at the Loro Parque Sea World centre, was called off after the body was discovered on Tuesday.

CCTV footage obtained by The Sun showed her last known movements before she disappeared at the Molly Malone bar. The video was shot at the just past midnight on Friday November 30.

Amy's mum and sister have flown out to Tenerife during the investigation

There have been reports she “rowed” with her German boyfriend and fellow trainer Dennis Kissling.

But Brendan Reid, owner of Molly Malone dismissed this and said Amy and Dennis had been enjoying a night out with pals and then amicably gone “separate ways”.

The spot where Amy was found is thought to be along the route she would have taken to walk back to her home near Loro Parque from the bar.

Amy's mother Julie and sister Chloe have flown out to to Tenerife from their home in Grimsby and are waiting for formal identification.

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