When I first started practicing law, I worked against a prosecutor from Watonwan County, Robert DeHenzel. Bob once had a Burglary problem. He had charged someone for burglary, but he could show nothing was missing, save and except one thing: the defendant had used the restroom while he was in the home. As such, toilet paper was missing.
To constitute a burglary, back in the old days, you had to go in with the intent to commit a crime. His crime: conspiracy to commit theft of toilet paper.
It is my recollection that the Minnesota Supreme Court upheld this conviction.
Thank you "F Minus" for a great insight.