HOUSTON -

One of Santa’s helpers made a special delivery the day after Christmas.

We first told you Wednesday night about the partially unwrapped gifts that were found in the middle of a Houston street.

The gifts were finally in the hands of Minnie Martinez’s grandsons the day after Christmas.

“It is amazing,” said Martinez, “that there are still people like you.”

Robin Chan found four belts and $175 in gift cards at the intersection of T.C. Jester and Latexo on Christmas Eve.

With the help of Facebook and Local 2, Chan searched to find the deserving recipients.

Chan said the gifts had been run over, but the labels showed they were for two boys from their grandmother.

“It's a mystery,” said Martinez. “I had put it in, shut the trunk, and got in my car.”

It turns out, Martinez didn't realize they were missing when it was time to exchange gifts at her daughter's house on Christmas Day.

She said she looked everywhere, and then later, her son-in-law saw the story on Local 2.

It turns out the Martinez family and the Chans both live on Latexo, which they say is a short street with a lot of good people.

The gifts were found right in front of the Martinez’s home. The family still doesn't know how or even when they disappeared, but they're just happy to have them back.

“Whatever happened, everything turned out well because of good people,” said Martinez.

“I feel like Santa Claus,” said Chan. “It's a Christmas miracle. Sometimes things just come together. I'm really happy everyone got their gifts. It's a beautiful Christmas story.”