Police say they've never seen anything quite like it.
Now they've arrested 6 teenagers between the ages of 13 and 16, each could face serious time in a juvenile detention facility if convicted.
Here's how police say it happened: they say the teens crawled through the doggie door at this home on Waterloo Loop in Vilonia.
It seems they knew the homeowners would be out of town all weekend, so police say they pretty much set up shop. The house, we're told, was just trashed on the inside.
Some witnesses reportedly saw kids coming in and out, but didn't know it wasn't allowed.
The actual damage done is pretty shocking.
Officers say the teens had little regard. They ransacked the home and even urinated on all the mattresses.
Police say they stole $2,500 in cash and took several guns from the home, some of which still haven't been found.
They also took the keys to the homeowner's motorcycle, Chrysler 300 and Corvette and police say went joyriding, trashing the tires by doing burnouts.
"When you start destroying people's stuff, I mean, no you aren't killing anybody, but when they start destroying people's people's stuff with no care, no respect, no nothing," said Vilonia Police Chief Brad McNew.
Police believe the teens may be connected to three other crimes at a pawn shop, car wash and a Conway school.
Some of them were already on probation for prior crimes.
Now, they could face time behind bars. Chief Brad McNew hopes they have to work to pay back some of the damage they did.