According to Lincoln, Nebraska, the uninhabited home of Nebraska football coach Scott Frost was broken into over the weekend.
Initial reports showed that more than $ 165,000 in mementos were stolen – including numerous championship rings coach – Frost released a statement Monday stating that some of the missing rings had been found.
"The incident in our house is obviously very disappointing and daunting," Frost said in a statement. "All of our belongings have gone through and it will take some time to determine exactly what is missing and what value these items have."
"I would like to make it clear that some items originally reported as missing have been found, including some of the rings, which are listed on the police report. Moreover, the value of what we actually miss is less than what was publicly reported.
The house in southwest Lincoln is undergoing renovations Police believe thieves entered through an open garage, said Captain Danny Reitan
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The 43-year frost led UCF in 2017 for a 13-0 season and a victory over Auburn, he spent seven years as an assistant coach with Oregon, before he took over the UCF two years ago
Frost and his wife have an 8-month-old son The family is not yet in House pulled