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Family of Brogan Dulle pleads for information
CINCINNATI (Rich Jaffe) -- The family of missing U.C. student Brogan Dulle, spoke about his disappearance Friday.
His mother, father, aunt and cousin met with members of the media at district four police headquarters.
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Dulle's mom and dad talked about how tight their family is. Brogan is one of five boys, and there's a sister too. His disappearance makes absolutely no sense to any of them.
The family came in quietly and took their seats in front of a battery of cameras and microphones. They looked as somber as you'd expect. As tough as it was they held it together pretty well.
21-year-old Brogan Dulle disappeared early Sunday morning after being out with a couple of friends. Surveillance video provided yesterday by police shows the young men returning to his apartment with a shopping cart. A few minutes later Brogan left, apparently searching for a cell phone he'd lost along the way.
No one has seen him since. His mom, Beth Dulle, has a message for him. "Brogan, we love you and we miss you terribly and we're worried sick about you. Dad and I, your brothers and your sister, we need you home. Nothing is more important to us now than you being home with us. You can reach out to anyone, people know who you are."
And indeed they do. There are posters, banners, search parties you name it all pounding the streets looking for anything that will lead to the answer of what happened to Brogan Dulle.
Cincinnati police ask if you know anything at all about what happened to Brogan Dulle call Crimestoppers at 352-3040. Rewards for that information continue to grow and are now more than 20-thousand dollars.