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More volunteers requested. More police added.
Cincinnati police are adding more manpower to the search for UC student Brogan Dulle after no promising leads or updates surfaced since he disappeared early Sunday morning.
Police don't suspect foul play in the disappearance of the young man.
Surveillance footage shows the last images of Brogan Dulle since he disappeared early Sunday morning.
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Surveillance footage of Brogan Dulle from the morning he disappeared
CINCINNATI -- Friends and relatives asked for more volunteers to help search for Brogan Dulle on Friday - a day after police released surveillance video showing the missing UC student shortly before he disappeared.
Cincinnati police are hoping the video will lead to more clues. They say it shows Dulle looking for his cell phone along McMillan Avenue just before he went missing early Sunday morning.
Watch the video in the player above.
The search will resume at 9 a.m. from the Dubois Bookstore parking lot on West Clifton between Calhoun and West McMillan. (See a map below).
"We are asking for more volunteers, especially men ... anyone who's over 18," said Libby MacVeigh, Brogan's cousin. "If you're under 18, we can only put you on flier duty. We need you for fliers, canvass and deep wood searches."
They plan to expand the search beyond Clifton.
The reward has grown to $25,000 with large contributions from UC president Santa Ono and restaurateur Jeff Ruby.
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Lt. James Whalen called Dulle's case unique because after five days of searching and investigating, they have received no promising leads or clues to his whereabouts.
Police still do not suspect foul play in this case.
If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040.
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Amy Wadas contributed to this report.