Wednesday, May 21 – Search efforts intensify. Volunteers divide the city into a grid system and send groups of 5-8 people to each area to search for Dulle. A vigil is held that night in Anderson. Police say they do not suspect foul play.
Thursday, May 22 – Cincinnati Police Department (CPD) releases surveillance video of Dulle walking outside his apartment apparently looking for his cell phone around 3 a.m. Sunday.
Friday, May 23 - Brogan's parents speak out for the first time in a press conference thanking volunteers and begging Brogan to come home.
Saturday & Sunday – Volunteers continue to hand out flyers at Taste of Cincinnati and the Reds game wearing T-shirts with Dulle's face on it.
Monday, May 26 – Organizers send out an email at 8:27 a.m. Monday saying they are halting search efforts until further notice because they have searched the same areas multiple times with no luck. About 12 hours later, a call comes in of a possible intruder at the home next door to Dulle's apartment. Police announce at 11:10 p.m. that they believe they found Dulle's body inside the home and that his death appeared to be self-inflicted.
Tuesday, May 27- Coroner rules Dulle's death a suicide, calling it "a self-inflicted asphyxiation." Police say he climbed a fire escape, broke in a window and hung himself in the basement. A bottle of wine was found in the room but still no sign of Dulle's cell phone.
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