North Platte Police have arrested three men accused of burglarizing Ideal Linen.
During the early morning hours on January 9, officers from the North Platte Police Department (NPPD) found the back door of Ideal Linen at 116 W. 6th pried open.
After an initial investigation, officers discovered that unknown persons had stolen a safe from the business and fled the area using an Ideal Linen delivery truck.
On Tuesday, NPPD investigators met with suspect, Cody Jolliffe, 29, who is currently incarcerated at the Lincoln County Detention Center after being arrested on a Lincoln County burglary warrant.
Upon further investigation, investigators determined that there was probable cause to arrest Jolliffe for the Ideal Linen burglary. Jolliffe was cited and placed back into custody at the jail.
On Wednesday, investigators were able to identify two other suspects, Terry Houchin, 29, and Jacob Moser, 24, who allegedly also played a role in the Ideal burglary.
All three men were charged with two counts of Burglary-Forced Entry, and Theft by Unlawful Taking.