- Associated Press - Friday, May 23, 2014

CINCINNATI (AP) - Nothing seemed amiss and the Cincinnati college student was acting “his normal, happy self” the day before he went missing, the 21-year-old’s parents said Friday at a news conference, while pleading for him to come home.

Brogan Dulle, a sophomore in education at the University of Cincinnati, was last seen around 2 a.m. Sunday leaving his apartment to look for his cellphone, police said. The phone had gone missing after Dulle went out for drinks with some friends.

Police said Dulle left his apartment without his wallet or keys. But they’ve found no evidence of foul play, Lt. Col. James Whalen said. Leads in the case have gone cold.

“We have to operate off the assumption that he decided to do something and he’s doing it, he decided to go somewhere and that’s where he is,” Whalen said. “Or if foul play befell him, it’s just unusual that we don’t get a phone call, someone saw something.”

Dulle’s parents, Tom and Beth Dulle, said they just want him home.

“We love you and we miss you terribly,” Beth Dulle said. “We are worried sick about you. Dad and I and your brothers and sister, we need you home.”

Hundreds of volunteers were searching for Dulle on Friday, and about $20,000 in rewards was being offered for information leading to his whereabouts.

Dulle is studying to be a teacher and works at the Cincinnati Zoo. He’s also a local swimming coach.

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