Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Brogan Dulle Found Dead in Mount Auburn Building

University of Cincinnati student Brogan Dulle was found dead at Mount Auburn vacant on Monday night. After eight days of searching, the body was received by the Hamilton County Coroner.

According to coroner, 21 year old Dulle died of asphyxiation by strangulation. Dulle’s body discovered when owner of building entered into the basement and she thought he will be an intruder.

Building on East McMillan was just near about the apartment where Brogan Dulle lived. It can be possible that he entered into building in early morning of Sunday. He hanged himself on May 18th while the community was searching him whole time after he found miss.
Bailey said police not found the true fact why Dulle commit suicide. He disappeared on that night when he went for searching his cellphone, after partying with friends. Police assume that may be he carried out a cord and bottle of wine from the apartment, and then he broke out a top floor window, made his way down to the basement and killed himself.

"I think we have a lot of questions which we might never get an answer to," Bailey said.

More than a thousand volunteers helped for search Dulle during the week he was missing. Dulle's phone has still not been found, Bailey said.

On behalf of the University of Cincinnati, I want to express our deepest condolences to his parents, siblings, family and friends," UC President Santa Ono said.

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