“The two male robbers apparently told the employees and the customer to get on the ground. They began pistol-whipping the customer. At that point, the customer produced a handgun and shot both of the robbers,” Middletown police Chief Joseph Bartorilla said. One of the robbery suspects was pronounced dead at the scene after being shot in the chest. The second was transported to a hospital in serious condition. He suffered injuries in the neck and shoulder. The brave man who stopped robbery had the gun properly registered. He will not face any charges, a prosecutor said Wednesday. “He used that gun only as he needed to, to save his own life, and that of the intended victim,” he explained. The Bucks County district attorney’s office identified the deceased suspect as Shawn Rose, 24, of Bristol. His 22-year-old brother was listed in critical condition at a Philadelphia hospital.