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Walgreen's Robbery Suspect Surrenders to Police

Police say a Warrington man forced a Walgreen's employee to give him prescription medication by showing a gun in his waistband.

Brian Bulvin, 38, of Warrington. Photo courtesy Warminster Police.
Brian Bulvin, 38, of Warrington. Photo courtesy Warminster Police.

A Warrington man faces several felony counts of robbery and possession of a firearm after he turned himself into Warminster police Friday evening, according to a press release.

Police say that Brian Bulvin, 38, of Pinto Road in Warrington, is the man captured on camera walking into the Walgreen's on County Line Road early Wednesday morning and forcing an employee in the pharmacy to give him some prescription medication by showing a gun in his waistband.

The Warminster Police Department thanked Walgreen's, the media and the public for phoning in tips after the images were released, saying those sources were key in identifying Bulvin.

According to the statement, Bulvin cooperated with detectives and surrendered with his attorney. Police say they also recovered the firearm used and the stolen medication. 

Bulvin was arraigned before District Judge William J. Benz and released on $50,000 unsecured bail. His preliminary hearing is tentatively scheduled for Jan. 23 at 9:30 a.m. before District Judge Daniel Finello.

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