Published: May 23, 2011 10:45 PM EDT
Updated: May 23, 2011 10:45 PM EDT

CAPE CORAL, Fla.-Cape police are trying to track down victims of a serial burglar who hit several homes in a Southwest Cape Coral neighborhood.

Police hope victims will come forward to claim their stolen valuables recovered after last week's arrest of Trevor Turner.

According to Cape Coral Police, Turner robbed about 20 homes in his own neighborhood over the course of a few weeks. Authorities say he made off with about $200,000 worth of property.

When Turner was arrested late Thursday, police found roughly $50,000 worth of stolen items in his attic.

Some of the items included jewelry, digital cameras, laptops, and coin collections.

It's a small fraction of what police say Turner stole, but they say it's rare to get anything back.

Lt. Anthony Sizemore, with Cape Coral Police, says the outcome of the case was "a good one."

"You have actual human beings who are getting their stuff back," Sizemore says.

Some items have already been claimed. Others, authorities say, Turner sold to pay for drugs.

His drug habit was what fueled his "brazen" daytime burglaries, according to police.

"He knew when people were away for the season, he knew when people were away for the day," Sizemore says.

Police say Turner is cooperating and has confessed to half a dozen break-ins in his neighborhood.

He faces burglary, grand theft auto, and drug charges, with more charges anticipated.

Detectives are still investigating whether he was working alone.