Published: Apr 16, 2014 4:22 PM EDT
Updated: Apr 16, 2014 5:34 PM EDT

NAPLES, Fla.- "First time, for eight years, first time."

For Jean Hyppolite who works at Family Tax Service in Naples, it was the first time his customers information were stolen from his business, right out of this desk drawer.

"I see everything gone, every file. All the people gone."

More than 120 files, filled with personal information like Social Security Numbers, licenses, and birth dates. He called police and the IRS and he said he's in the process of notifying each of those victims. WINK News spoke with a victim Wednesday afternoon.

"Yeah, I'm nervous, I'm nervous because I don't know what they're going to do with them, you know?"

Naples Police are investigating. According to the incident report obtained by WINK News, officers didn't find any signs of forced entry. The report said they couldn't determine where the intruder entered.

"I was with my key in Miami but everything gone."

Hyppolite thinks who ever did it was trying to hurt him.

"Maybe somebody tried to do something bad about me, maybe tried to do something bad to me."