SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — If that gift card you were expecting never showed up in the mail, this could be why: on Tuesday, three former Sacramento airport workers pled guilty in a scheme to steal mail.

Domingo Ene, 28; Joshua Hopoi, 24; and Raymond Su, 31, were baggage and mail handlers at SMF from April to July of 2018. Prosecutors say the men stole at least 95 gift cards and $3,295 during that time, dividing the proceeds among themselves.

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According to court documents, the men rifled through boxes of mail, sometimes working in pairs and arranging mail carts around themselves to conceal the theft.

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Ene also pleaded guilty to stealing a pistol from someone’s checked bag.

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The men each face between five and 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. All three defendants are due back in court on May 5. Ene faces further fines and possible years in prison for the stolen firearm.