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When a family’s $8 million home was used for a house party, guests stole from and damaged the property. Now officials are identifying the kids.

The party involved kids partying, fighting and causing damage inside the $8 million home while the owners were away. It also had videos posted to social media, making it easier to identify the youngsters.

Walton County deputies have been able to ID some of the kids that broke in to the Seaside mansion. Videos and pictures have been posted on Facebook and ReTweeted by the Walton County Sheriff’s Office. The WCSO wrote, “An open house party is against the law. An open house party in a home you break into is a burglary.”

In an appearance on Fox News Digital, Walton County Sheriff’s Office PIO Corey Dobridnia said law enforcement has found “the key players” and that deputies were to interview those individuals. The Sheriff’s Office will then need to decide who to charge.

Here is some of what deputies retweeted from the house party:

[Source: ClickOrlando.com/Fox News Digital]


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