A North Carolina man decided to check up on some Virginia property he owned — and immediately called police. "He called to say that his house was missing," Danville, Va., Police Lt. Mike Mondul told the Richmond Times-Dispatch. "We were like, 'What?'" Joseph Martin, of Eden, N.C., about 20 miles from Danville, was in the middle of selling the house at 242 Cleveland St., but all he found was a grassy field. "He went to where his house was supposed to be, and it wasn't there," said Mondul. It turned out a wrecking crew had come by over the summer to tear down the house at 212 Cleveland St., but had demolished the wrong building. Each house had been next to a different building with a red roof. Martin told police he hadn't visited his property since July. Mondul said no charges will be filed and that the demolition was entirely accidental.