Vandals Cause $200,000 in Damage to Foreclosed Home

The golf course has cement in its drains, mold on the walls and a caved in floor. Don't even ask about the Jacuzzi


A realtor called it the worst example of "intentional damage" he has seen.

Vandals trashed a bank-owned home in Huntington Beach: cement in the drains, a Jacuzzi left running for months, mold-splattered walls, and a caved in floor.

According to Marilyn Kalfus, of the OC Register:

The Register also posted photos of the destruction. The 3,000-square foot, two-story home is in the Seacliff Golf Course area.

It was sold back to the bank for $1,782,214 at a foreclosure auction last year.

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