STAMFORD \u2014 Investigators used fingerprints and social media to link a former New Canaan man to a string of burglaries that began in Stamford, and spread elsewhere in Fairfield County, over the past year, according to police. Chance Perrone, 22, was arrested Tuesday on four counts of third-degree burglary, three counts of sixth-degree larceny, three counts of third-degree criminal mischief and conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary. Sgt. Sean Scanlan said Perrone started the spree in October 2019, shortly after he was released from prison for convictions on 13 prior burglaries. Investigators tied Perrone to a break-in at Magic Touch Cleaners in Glenbrook around that time using a fingerprint lifted from the scene, Scanlan said. Scanlan said Perrone\u2019s burglary spree then spread into neighboring municipalities like Norwalk, New Canaan, Greenwich and Wilton, before he fled to Kissimmee, Florida. Last October, though, Perrone returned to the area and picked up where he left off, Scanlan said. On Oct. 20, police responded to three break-ins on Stamford\u2019s East Side. Scanlan said the suspect in the break-ins smashed windows at Exit 9 Bagels, Sergio\u2019s Pizza and the Dollar Store, before entering and stealing any money left in the cash registers. Using surveillance footage in the area, people managed to trace the suspects to a particular vehicle. They then posted photos of the vehicle on social media, which helped them crack the case. Perrone has been in custody at the Bridgeport Correctional Center since January, when he was arrested in Norwalk on similar charges. In total, Perrone has 16 different criminal cases pending in the Stamford\/Norwalk Judicial District. The 22-year-old has five previous convictions on felony burglary and larceny charges. He is currently being held on over $2 million bond between his various pending cases. Perrone is next scheduled to appear in court on June 30.