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ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — A 102-year-old Victorian home once owned by the man who brought the railroad to Roseville became a target of vicious vandals recently.

Police made an arrest but the suspect wasn’t found inside the home. He was found in Bob Caudle’s mobile home, parked in the back.

In the last several weeks, Caudle’s learned, he just can’t keep criminals out of his historic home, the Hemphill Mansion.

Just a month ago vandals left the water running, stole antiques, even vomited on his pool table, causing more than $20,000 in damage at the home he rents out for events.

“They broke in so many times I can’t even keep track of which ways they got in,” Caudle told CBS13. “We just couldn’t figure out why or who would do it .”

Just when he thought it couldn’t get any worse, it did.

“The evening…

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