The twin sibling of Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen was discovered dead at a North Carolina electrical substation on Sunday.

Police say that a Duke Energy representative discovered Tyrell Antar Cohen’s body at a substation close to Raleigh early Sunday morning. Wake County sheriff’s representative Eric Curry said that Cohen is accepted to have been shocked while climbing power gear, the News and Observer reports. He was 25 years of age.

Cohen disappeared early Saturday

As indicated by Curry, Cohen ran away from the location of an auto crash in Raleigh around 2 a.m. on Saturday. Specialists canceled their hunt in the wake of neglecting to discover him.

Cohen’s family documented a missing-individual report with Raleigh police later Saturday, provoking specialists to continue their hunt.

“He entered the substation, which may have been resulting from the accident,” Curry said, per the N&O.

Tarik, who experienced childhood in close by Bunn and went to North Carolina A&T University, looked for help from his Twitter supporters in discovering his sibling in a tweet that has since been erased.

The Bears delivered a proclamation Sunday evening after specialists affirmed Cohen’s demise.

Specialists don’t smell a rat in Cohen’s passing.

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