An arrest has been made concerning the burglary of various memorabilia and shoes from Husker head coach coach Scott Frost's house in Lincoln.

Lincoln police reported to media on Thursday morning that they arrested a 17-year-old girl who was found with an Oregon Ducks shoe that was believed to be taken from the house. Police said more arrests could follow.

Some of the shoes had been listed for sale online, with tips coming into Crimestoppers and on Facebook, according to police. Though 14 championship rings Frost at first thought were gone were later found in the home, there was about a $50,000 value attached to stolen shoes, and football helmets and artwork taken during the burglary over the weekend of July 28-29. According to a report from KOLN TV in Lincoln, police hinted the suspects knew the home was Frost's.

No one was home at the time, but access was apparently had through an unlocked door in the garage while renovations were being done on the home.

Originally it was believed that potentially up to $172,000 in items had been stolen before the championship rings and other things were found in the house.

"The incident that occurred at our home is obviously very disappointing and discouraging," Frost said in a statement the day the news was reported. "All of our belongings were gone through and it will take some time to determine exactly what is missing and the value of those items.

"I would like to clarify that some items initially reported as missing have been found, including some of the rings listed on the police report. Also, the value of what we believe to actually be missing is lower than what has been publicly reported.”

An investigation into the burglary remains ongoing.

Frost arrived in Lincoln as Nebraska's coach in December, but it's been a whirlwind since, with Frost spending much of the first two months both finishing his coaching duties at Central Florida and on the road recruiting for the Huskers. Frost and his staff have been spending some of their spare moments settling into new houses and helping get their families to Lincoln.

The new Husker head coach has been warmly embraced by a fan base that had been hopeful he would return home after his time at UCF, then ecstatic upon the news of it happening.

Out of Wood River, Nebraska, Frost has spoken about the thrill of being back home at his alma mater.

"I think life can be even better at your alma mater. There can be even more challenges at your alma mater," Frost said. "I wouldn't have come back to Nebraska unless the timing was right, the situation was right, and the people around me were the right people."