Police arrest two more, including teen boy, in burglary at Husker coach Scott Frost’s home

Police arrest two more, including teen boy, in burglary at Husker coach Scott Frost’s home
Husker football coach Scott Frost’s home is being renovated, and it appears entry was gained through an unlocked door, police said last month. The home was unoccupied. (World-Herald News Service)

Lincoln police have arrested two more people in connection with the burglary of the home of Husker football coach Scott Frost.

A 20-year-old man and a 16-year-old Lincoln boy were arrested on suspicion of burglary, Lincoln police said Monday. The man was a Lincoln transient, according to an arrest affidavit.

Last week, Lincoln police arrested a 17-year-old Lincoln girl in connection with the burglary.

The affidavit said the girl told police that she took a pair of women’s shoes from the home’s garage and drove the vehicle used in the burglary.

Officer Angela Sands, spokeswoman for the Lincoln Police Department, said the investigation is ongoing but that no additional arrests are expected.

Police said they have recovered several pairs of shoes but are still working to recover additional stolen items.

Football helmets, shoes and artwork worth about $50,000 were reported stolen July 29, Lincoln police said last week.

Initially, championship rings were reported stolen, but police said last month that Frost found them.

Frost’s home is being renovated, and it appears that entry was gained through an unlocked door, police said last month. The home was unoccupied.

In a July statement, Frost described the incident at his home as “obviously very disappointing and discouraging.”

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