Two more teenagers are in police custody after causing a nuisance on the scaffolding of the warehouse building just yards from Huddersfield Rail Station.
Police say the trouble broke out at 12.50am today.
Det Sgt Nigel Gittins from Kirklees CID said: “A male and a female teenager have been arrested for trespass and going across the railway lines.”
Out of the blue the building has suddenly become a magent for anti-social behaviour.
On Tuesday, January 19 yobs hurled slates and other missiles from scaffolding at the former railway warehouse.
Cars were damaged by building materials, metal poles and other debris thrown from the scaffolding in a four hour wrecking spree.
The scaffolding was put up only recently and envelopes the entire building.
Trains had to be halted on the main Huddersfield to Leeds lines and several were delayed by more than half-an-hour.
Police later arrested three teenagers, two boys aged 16 and a 15-year-old girl.
All three were released on bail pending further enquiries.
It is thought the cost of the damage could reach as much as £300,000 given the delays to mainline trains between Huddersfield and Manchester.