Vandals caught on camera blasting home with eggs

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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. -- Vandals with eggs have targeted a south metro Denver home three times recently.

The homeowner took extraordinary action to expose the perpetrators, including contacting the FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers. It's likely their parent won't be too proud of them.

Dried egg bakes onto the exterior paint, roof and front door of the Ken Caryl Ranch home.

"You ask why. What did we do? Who is it? Why is somebody picking on us?" the homeowner said. "It's not harmless and it's not funny. It's damaging to our property."

It happened the first week of July, then again in the second week.

"We decided to install security cameras and improve the lighting on the outside of the house to act as a deterrent," the homeowner said.

The latest stains came Wednesday night, but this time, it was caught on the newly installed surveillance cameras.

In the video recorded just before 2 a.m., three teens exit what looks like a dark-colored early 2000's model Chevrolet Trailblazer. Two girls and a boy walk onto the driveway in plain view of the cameras and hurl the eggs at the house and vehicle.

"It was surprising that two girls were doing that," the homeowner said. "I don't think their parents would be very proud of them."

The homeowner plastered the teens' faces across the neighborhood, hoping someone knows who they are.

"I would like them to know there's consequences," the homeowner said. "I would like other kids to know them and hopefully they will make a better choice and find something else to do for fun instead of destroying people's property for fun."

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