Two teen cousins were arrested after they were caught inside a vacant bank-owned home near their West Mansfield residence Saturday morning around eleven o'clock.
Michael Robinson Jr., 17, and Zane Robinson, 14, of 251 North Main Street, reportedly entered 153 Main Street.
A real estate agent who stopped by the home contacted deputies after finding extensive vandalism.
The Logan County Sheriff's Office responded and found extensive damage on the first floor.
Cabinets were ripped off their hinges, a refrigerator was knocked over, an oven door was ripped off, holes had been punched in walls, and the carpeting and ceiling fans were damaged.
After hearing a thumping sound inside, deputies found the boys in the garage.
The teens admitted to damaging the refrigerator, but denied the other vandalism.
Michael and Zane were charged with felony breaking and entering, then lodged in the Logan County JDC.