David Tierney, of All Saints Road, St Annes, was caught after homes across Lytham St Annes were burgled
The 47-year-old was subsequently charged with four counts of burglary and possession of Class A drugs on May 26.
Tierney pleaded guilty to the offences and was sentenced to four years in jail.
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Det Sgt Stuart Reid said: “This type of offending leaves victims feeling anxious and no longer safe in their own homes.
“I am pleased that Tierney has been given a custodial sentence and this demonstrates the commitment that we have to bring offenders to justice for burglary.”
Jewellery valued at around £23k was recovered by officers from Blackpool’s Targeted Crime Team and returned to its owners.
Some of the items recovered held significant sentimental value to the victims, Lancashire Police said.