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Trumbull Police Seek Info On Suspect In Two Home Burglaries

Surveillance footage of a suspect in a pair of home burglaries in Trumbull on Monday. The suspect is described as a white, possibly Hispanic, male on a bicycle
Surveillance footage of a suspect in a pair of home burglaries in Trumbull on Monday. The suspect is described as a white, possibly Hispanic, male on a bicycle Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Trumbull Police Department
Surveillance footage of a suspect in a pair of home burglaries in Trumbull on Monday. The suspect is described as a white, possibly Hispanic, male on a bicycle
Surveillance footage of a suspect in a pair of home burglaries in Trumbull on Monday. The suspect is described as a white, possibly Hispanic, male on a bicycle Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Trumbull Police Department

TRUMBULL, Conn. -- Trumbull Police are seeking information on a male suspect who was seen on a bicycle at the scene of two residential burglaries on Monday morning.

Police were called to home on Walker Road and Thomas Street by residents who reported that their homes had been entered. Police determined that the burglaries occurred around 9:30 a.m. Monday.

The suspect entered both homes through windows and stole small items, police said. One of the homes was occupied by two elderly residents at the time, according to police.

Both homes are located off Main Street between the TownHall area and Stonehouse Road.

Police were able to obtain a surveillance video of the suspect on his bicycle from one of the burglaries, and detectives are asking the public if they recall seeing or speaking to the male Monday morning, and to contact police with any information.

The suspect is described as a white, possibly Hispanic male with dark hair who was wearing a blue shirt over a light blue shirt and a backpack. He was riding on a bicycle.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sgt. Falkenstein at (203) 261-3665 ext. 245 or via email at bfalkenstein@trumbull-ct.gov. You can also use tipsoft at https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=240 .

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