If you're being chased by Sheriff's Deputies, you probably shouldn't go off-roading in a beat up 20-year-old camper with heroin on you.

According to the York County Sheriff's Office, 27-year-old Martina Cervantes of Concord New Hampshire, and 28-year-old Shawn Davis of East Wakefield, New Hampshire were arrested Friday after they ran from police in a 1998 Toyota camper with a taillight out. By the look of the camper, that was the least of its problems.

The chase went on foot when the camper crashed through the snow at the end of a dead end road. The couple was found hiding in separate places, one under a tree and another in a nearby house.

Why did they run? Davis was allegedly found with 7 grams of heroin and was already wanted on several drug charges. He was arrested on the drug charges and for eluding an officer. Cervantes was arrested for failure to submit to an officer.

So thanks to a broken taillight, these two are behind bars. Anyone looking for a 20-year-old camper with a broken taillight and a tarp on the roof? We're guessing you can get a sweet deal on this one.