(CBS) – Schaumburg police arrested a pair of alleged vandals shortly after dozens of mailboxes were smashed in the northwest suburb overnight.

Patrol units responded to calls around 1 a.m. Monday that a white vehicle was driving in the Kingsport subdivision while a passenger smashed mailboxes with a pipe. Officers located a vehicle matching the description and took two suspects into custody.

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Eric A. Beck, 19, of Hoffman Estates, and a juvenile police did not identify were both charged with several counts of misdemeanor criminal damage to property.

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“The quick response and effective teamwork by our midnight shift officers was exemplary in this case,” Police Chief Jim Lamkin said in a news release.

As for the mailboxes, police said as many as 75 were damaged by the pair.

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Beck posted $1,500 bond and will appear in court Oct. 15, police said. His alleged juvenile accomplice will appear in juvenile court.