A North Searsport Road resident has been credited with confronting two 19-year-old men, who police say broke into a neighboring vacant home.

At about 2:45 p.m. March 21, the neighbor of the vacant home contacted police to report he observed someone going into the building.

The caller, who initially only saw one man, went over to the home and spotted a second man in the window and told him to come out, according to Chief Deputy Bob Keating.

Keating said police believe the men had crawled through a hole in the foundation and gained entry into the home through the basement.

By the time Waldo County Sheriff’s Deputy Darrin Moody arrived, the two men had left, but the neighbor had obtained a vehicle description and license plate number, which he provided to police.

As a result, Anthony Vincent and Jonathan R. Wargo, both from Prospect, were summoned for burglary. Keating said police did not find any evidence that the two men had removed any items from the home.

Vincent and Wargo, Keating said, told police they thought the house was for sale.