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Search on for Ohio college sophomore

– An estimated $20,000 in rewards were being offered Thursday as the search grew for a University of Cincinnati student missing since early Sunday.

Police said they were bringing in additional volunteers in the effort to locate Brogan Dulle, 21, who was last seen at a pizza pub near campus.

Officials said he was headed back to his apartment about 2 a.m. Sunday when he realized he lost his cellphone and decided to retrace his steps. He never returned home.

Police have said they have no reason to suspect foul play. However, friends and family members described Dulle as very responsible. His phone hasn’t been located, either.

Volunteers were also using social media to organize searches for Dulle, who is a sophomore studying to be a teacher. He also is a local swimming coach.

About 50 family members and friends gathered for the prayer vigil Wednesday night.

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