A 40-year-old Bucks County man who was a suspect in five convenience store robberies in Northeast Philadelphia was arrested after a Bucks County probation officer recognized him from video footage Philadelphia police posted online.
William Warner, who police said robbed three 7-Eleven stores in 12 hours, is suspect No.4 in “Video Villains” – a compilation of surveillance footage featuring 10 suspects from unsolved crimes.
Police said Warner robbed the convenience stores between Jan. 23 and 24, and robbed a Rite-Aid and a Wawa on March 23 and 24.
Warner is being held in Bucks County, and he will face five robbery charges in Philadelphia.
Police encourage anyone with information on the other nine suspects shown in the video to call the department tip line at 215-686-TIPS.