Reward For Missing Cincinnati Student Will Go To Brother

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Money that a Cincinnati restaurateur put toward a reward to help find a missing college student later found dead will go into a scholarship fund for the student's brother.

Jeff Ruby tells The Cincinnati Enquirer that the $7,500 he put toward the reward to help find University of Cincinnati student Brogan Dulle will help pay for college for his brother Tim, who just graduated from high school and plans to attend UC.

A total of $20,000 was donated for the reward and hundreds of people helped search for Brogan Dulle, who police say had hanged himself in the basement of a building near his apartment. His body was found May 26.

It's not clear what will happen to the rest of the money. The Dulle family declined comment.