BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. (AP/CBS SF) — Northern California authorities may have helped save the holidays for dozens of people by arresting a couple who allegedly swiped more than 100 packages and letters from mailboxes.

The Butte County Sheriff’s Office says shortly before 2 a.m. Monday, a sergeant chased a car matching the description of one used by a suspected mail thief in unincorporated Durham.

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The car flipped over and the driver and passenger were arrested.

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Authorities say inside the car, they found 108 packages and envelopes addressed to some 56 people and 37 different addresses in Durham and Chico.

They also found methamphetamine, pre-paid gift cards and hundreds of dollars in cash.

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Police arrested driver Jeremy Blumlein, 41, of Chico, and his passenger, Breanna Mauer, 26, of Magalia. Both are facing charges including identity theft, mail theft, and violation of probation.