FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Authorities say they have arrested a suspected Solano County mail thief.

On Thursday, the Solano County Sheriff’s Office posted that their deputies had recently responded to a reported mail theft incident in unincorporated Fairfield. The owner of the mailbox reported that it had been forced open and multiple pieces of mail were missing.

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Investigators were able to identify 40-year-old Vallejo resident Abraham Lopez as the suspect. Exactly how detectives zeroed-in on Lopez is unclear, but his residence was soon subjected to a search warrant.

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Deputies say they located several pieces of stolen mail, as well as fraudulent checks and other identity theft items, inside Lopez’s home.

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Lopez has since been arrested and is facing charges of vandalism, mail theft, and forgery. He has been booked into Solano County Jail.