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Published: Friday, August 10, 2018 @ 12:02 AM
Updated: Friday, August 10, 2018 @ 12:02 AM
By: Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
LINCOLN, Neb. — Police arrested a 17-year-old girl in connection with a burglary last month at the home of University of Nebraska football coach Scott Frost, The Lincoln Journal Star reported.
The juvenile, whose name was not released, was found with an Oregon Ducks shoe that was reported to have been stolen from Frost’s home on July 29, the newspaper reported.
The home of Frost had been under renovation for four months and was empty when the break-in occurred, ESPN reported.
Frost initially reported that memorabilia estimated at more than $165,000 had been stolen, but he said July 30 that 14 championship rings from his days at Nebraska, the University of Oregon and the University of Central Florida were found in his garage.
Five pairs of shoes, a signed UCF helmet and other memorabilia valued at approximately $50,000 was still missing, ESPN reported.
Lincoln police found that some of the shoes were listed for sale online, Officer Angela Sands told the Journal Star.