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EUCLID – A Euclid man contacted Fox 8 months back about his home being egged hundreds of times.

Al Clemens Jr., said eggs are about 80 percent of the items thrown at his home. There have also been apples, oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits and canned goods.

Police say they’ve responded to each call from Clemens and have conducted an exhaustive investigation. So far, they’ve had no luck in identifying a vandal. The damage to the home is so extensive that the vandalism is now considered a felony.

“I want to get the damage to my house repaired and I want it to stop,” said Al Clemens, 85.

The city of Euclid is offering a $1,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to an arrest.