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Family of Brogan Dulle ends volunteer searches

CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- According to the spokesperson for the family of Brogan Dulle, they will not organize any more volunteer searches until further notice.

Dulle vanished after he left is apartment on McMillan street near U.C.'s campus a week ago May 18. More than one thousand people helped cover an extensive search area many times.

Cincinnati  Police, the FBI and Texas Equusearch will continue to follow any leads. There will be t-shirts and fliers available at the Taste of Cincinnati Monday.
Here is the full statement from the family.

Due to the tremendous response from the Cincinnati and UC communities, we have canvassed the city with fliers in just five days in what we had anticipated would take weeks to accomplish. This has been an unprecedented effort to find Brogan Dulle.

We will not be organizing volunteer search efforts until further notice, as we have covered an extensive search area multiple times. The family will continue to follow all leads with the Cincinnati Police Department, FBI and Texas EquuSearch will continue to search. We encourage everyone to provide tips and information on Brogan's whereabouts to call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040. Anyone interested in supporting the efforts to bring Brogan home can join the Help Find Brogan Dulle Facebook page.

We want to thank the more than 1,000 volunteers who have been helping us in our efforts to bring Brogan home. Brogan's family is overwhelmingly grateful for the love, prayers, support and time given by family, friends and strangers across the country.  Today, we will have t-shirts and fliers available to pick up at the Taste of Cincinnati.

We ask for the media and the community to give the family privacy during this very difficult time.




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