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Brogan Dulle's family donates search supplies to Cincinnati ToolBank

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Brogan Dulle's family has received an outpouring of support and a wealth of supplies since his disappearance. Now the Dulle family is donating those supplies in hopes that they will benefit other families in need.

Brogan Dulle went missing on May 18 from his apartment on East McMillan in Mount Auburn. Dulle, 21, was a graduate of Turpin High School in Anderson Township and was studying education at UC. His body was found on May 26 in the building next to his apartment.

The Dulle family reached out to the Cincinnati ToolBank this week to donate supplies they received from supporters during the search. The items include water, sunscreen and first-aid kits.

"We wanted to be sure the incredible generosity of our city was passed on to those that need it most," said a spokesperson for the family.

The ToolBank is offering the items donated to nonprofit members and volunteers in Cincinnati.

A visitation for Dulle is Friday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Gilligan Funeral Home in East Walnut Hills. A service will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Francis de Sales.

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