Lincoln police have arrested a teenager in the burglary last month at the home of Husker football coach Scott Frost.
A 17-year-old girl was interviewed and one pair of shoes stolen from the home was recovered, according to a news release from the Lincoln Police Department. The girl was arrested on suspicion of burglary.
Officer Angela Sands, spokeswoman for the department, said football helmets, more shoes and artwork also were reported stolen July 29 and have not been recovered. She said the investigation is ongoing and more arrests are possible.
Initially, championship rings were reported stolen, but police said last month that Frost found them.
Frost’s home is being renovated, and it appears entry was gained through an unlocked door, police said last month. The home was unoccupied.
In a statement last month, Frost described the incident at his home as “obviously very disappointing and discouraging. ”
UNL police recover stolen SUV used by Husker volleyball coach John Cook
A Lexus SUV used by Husker volleyball coach John Cook was stolen but has been recovered by University of Nebraska-Lincoln police.
A 38-year-old Lincoln man was arrested in connection with the theft, said Hassan Ramzah, assistant university police chief.
Ramzah said the SUV was taken sometime between July 28 and July 30 from the Devaney Sports Center. It was reported stolen Monday morning and recovered later that day in Lincoln, he said.
It is a university-leased vehicle that Cook uses as part of his coaching contract with the Nebraska athletic department, according to the department.