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Pizza Restaurant Customer Pulls Glock, Kills Armed Robbery Suspect

A customer in Porfirio’s II Pizza pulled a Glock handgun and shot and killed one of two alleged armed robbers and left the second robbery suspect in “serious condition.”

The incident occurred in Levittown, Pennsylvania around 10 p.m.

According to Levittown Now, police said “two employees were inside Porfirio’s II Pizza and the customer was standing inside when the two robbers, both of whom were armed with handguns, entered the shop around 10 p.m.”  The suspects ordered everyone to the ground and allegedly “began pistol-whipping the customer.” The customer then pulled his Glock and opened fire, striking both suspects.

Middletown police chief Joseph Bartorilla said, “One of the robbery suspects was dead and laying on the floor of the pizza shop at the corner of Veterans Highway (Route 413) and Trenton Road while another was in serious condition and being transferred from St. Mary Medical Center to a Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.”

Bartorilla said, “The deceased robber was shot in the chest and the seriously injured robber was shot in the shoulder and the neck.” He said the customer “was not seriously hurt” and no charges are expected to be filed against him.

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