Two Bridgeport residents were charged Monday afternoon with burglarizing a home on Lyons Plains Road in Weston.

Police Sgt. Michael Ferullo said officers responding to a burglary call spotted two suspicious persons, later identified as Daniel Abraham and Pamela Young, as the incident was still in progress.

After the duo was apprehended, officers reportedly found several items of jewelry and other personal items in their possession and in their vehicle, a 2005 Ford Escape registered in Young's name.

Both suspects have extensive criminal records in both Connecticut and New York, Ferullo said. They may be linked to additional crimes in Stamford, Trumbull and Greenwich.

Abraham, 37, of Leslie Road, Bridgeport, was charged with third-degree burglary, third-degree larceny, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, possession of drug paraphernalia and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

Young, 40, was charged with third-degree burglary, third-degree larceny, criminal trespass and possession of burglary tools.

Several rental car receipts were found along with the items, which included cell phones, cameras, laptops, CDs, video games and wallets, according to Ferullo.

Police found signs of forced entry at the Lyons Plains Road home, and Abraham had jewelry allegedly taken from the residence in his pockets, police said.

Weston police are asking any other law-enforcement who may wish to interview the suspects for their possible role in crimes committed in their communities, or anyone who may have information about the suspects, to call Weston police headquarters at 203-222-2600.

Abraham posted a $70,000 bond and Young posted a $25,000 bond, and both were released. They are scheduled to appear Feb. 18 in Norwalk Superior Court.