FAIRFIELD - Police are investigating two residential burglaries on Jackman Avenue Saturday in which access to the home was made by forcing open a basement window.

At 1:22 p.m., the Fairfield Emergency Communications Center received a call from a resident in the 300 block of Jackman Avenue reporting a burglary had occurred at the residence between 12:25 and 1:22 p.m.

This resident discovered a basement window pushed in and the rear door to the residence open. The residents noticed items moved inside the home and dresser drawers rummaged through.

Blood droplets were located throughout the home. Samples were taken for DNA analysis.

The other burglary was reported at 2:01 p.m. from a resident in the 100 block of Jackman Avenue.

“The resident reported that approximately one hour prior to their call, they heard a noise in their basement,” Fairfield police said in a release.

“The resident opened the basement door and observed an unknown male standing on the stairs. The resident then closed and locked the door and contacted family to report the incident, however, due to a miscommunication, the police were not contacted until later. Further investigation revealed that a basement window was forced open and the glass shattered.”

Like the other burglary, blood droplets were located in the home and samples were taken for analysis.

No suspects were located at either residence or in the immediate area after a thorough search.

Officers conducting a neighborhood canvas, spoke with another Jackman Avenue resident who stated that at approximately 12:30 p.m. they observed a white male acting suspicious in the 100 block of Jackman Avenue.

“This witness stated that the subject was wearing a dark purplish coat, had dark hair with possibly a pony tail and was wearing light framed eye glasses. The subject was further described as approximately 5’9” to 5’10” in height with a skinny build. Investigators believe that the same suspect is responsible for both burglaries,” police said.

The two Jackman Avenue burglaries came about hours after a residential burglary was reported on South Benson Road.

The call came in at 2:56 a.m. Saturday, of a report of an unknown male seen inside of a South Benson Road residence.

Police determined that the suspect entered an unlocked vehicle parked on South Benson Road, stole a pair of sunglasses from the vehicle and then used the remote garage door opener to open the garage to gain access to the house.

The homeowners who woke up during the burglary and gave a description of the suspect which was relayed to police.

Police later arrested a Bridgeport man who matched the description of the suspect.

Alberto Rosado, 30, of Brewster Street, Bridgeport, was arrested on four larceny and burglary charges, criminal possession of a firearm, engaging police in pursuit, reckless driving and operating a vehicle without a license.

Anyone with information on the identity of the subject in the Jackman Avenue burglaries or anyone that may have witnessed the incident is asked to contact Fairfield detectives.

In addition, residents with video surveillance of the area are asked to review their footage and contact detectives in the event the recordings contain any related footage. The Fairfield Police Department Detective Bureau can be contacted at (203) 254-4840 (Option 4).

Anonymous tips may also be sent online at www.fpdct.com/tips/ or by texting "FPD" plus your tip information to CRIMES (274637)