Joseph Calvin Phipps, 47, is the suspect in the crimes.
Lt. Chris Flanagan says between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. a burglar or burglars slipped into the homes through first floor doors and windows, taking laptops, phones and purses, while residents were sleeping upstairs.
Police in Cherry Hill have arrested a 46-year-old man for several residential burglaries that happened during daylight hours.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Lower Makefield Police at 215-493-4055.
Rocco, of Lansdale, is an electrician by trade, and authorities allege he used that skill to trip alarms at two gun stores over the summer, and make off with 12 guns.
A string of burglaries in Moorestown, New Jersey recently have been connected to similar crimes over the summer, according to Moorestown police.
Burglars hit at least four homes near Latchstring Lane overnight last week stealing a Rolex watch worth more than $20,000 and tens of thousands in diamond jewelry.
Police say the suspects enter the storage facilities then they cut the locks to the units.
There have reportedly been five incidents in the Stonehurst section of the Township.
Philadelphia Police hope surveillance pictures will help lead them to a serial burglar who has victimized several Chestnut Hill residents.
Police are investigating several burglaries that have been reported within the last month in Absecon, Atlantic County.
Police in Montgomery County are investigating a series of break-ins.
The thieves have struck in Delran, Westampton and Moorestown.
Police say as many as seven homes have been hit and there were numerous other failed attempts throughout June and July in Collegeville, Royersford and Phoenixville.
Surveillance cameras captured the suspect targeting businesses in the city.