Anderson v. Farm Bureau Ins. Co
In Anderson v. Farm Bureau Ins. Co., 219 Neb. 1, 2, 360 N.W.2d 488, 489 (1985), the plaintiffs' grain was insured against "'direct loss by theft (but excluding escape, mysterious disappearance, inventory shortages, wrongful conversion and embezzlement).'"
The court in Anderson held in favor of the insurer because while theft was possible, under the evidence, it was not the only conclusion that could be drawn.