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Volunteers search for missing UC student

CINCINNATI (Brad Underwood) -- For a second day, volunteers spread out to search for a missing University of Cincinnati student.

Fliers asking about 21-year-old Brogan Dulle now blanket several neighborhoods and messages seeking his whereabouts are all over social media.  Dulle was last seen early Sunday morning on May 18th.  The young man spent the evening at The St. Clair and Mac's Pizza before going back to his apartment on East McMillan in Clifton.  He realized he had misplaced his cell phone around 2a.m. and decided to retrace his steps in an effort to locate it but never came home.

Police are investigating tips that have been submitted anonymously.  Volunteers hit the streets with flyers and began combing where he was last seen and well as other areas. 

In a statement released Wednesday Brogan's parents, Tom and Beth Dulle, said, "We would like to thank everyone - family, friends and complete strangers - who have helped in our efforts to find Brogan. We especially want to thank Captain Neville and the District 4 Cincinnati Police Department for doing everything they can to help bring Brogan home. The kindness and love shared by so many is helping us tremendously during this difficult time.  We are hopeful that Brogan will be found safe and soon.  Brogan, if you see this, nothing matters but getting you home."

Brogan's family has set up a Facebook page to help raise awareness and find Brogan Dulle.  CLICK HERE to get more information.

If you have any information that can help police find Brogan Dulle call 352-3040.

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