All of the bushes were filled with toilet paper and eggs were splattered on a house on the unit block of Rockhill Drive in Broomall on Jan. 11, according to police.
Several empty egg cartons were also thrown on the property, two of which were from 7-Eleven and two were from Wawa, according to police.
Police went to 7-Eleven and asked an employee if he remembered selling cartons of eggs to any teenagers and obtained store surveillance video, where two men are seen purchasing two dozen eggs, according to police.
The two men are then seen leaving the store and get into a newer model Chevy Malibu, according to police.
In a separate incident on Dec. 29, someone threw eggs at a car and house on the 400 block of Parkstone Way in Broomall the night prior, according to police.
The homeowner took pictures of the damage and then spent about two hours cleaning everything off, according to police.
On Dec. 28 at about 7:15 p.m., a resident told police that about five minutes earlier kids threw eggs at her house on the 300 block of Westbourne Drive in Broomall, according to police.
The woman told police, it was a group of about six kids who then ran toward Talbot Drive, according to police.
While police spoke with the woman, a neighbor told police her house was also egged.