Robbery suspect who warmed baby's bottle arrested

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - An 18-year-old is in police custody after he warmed up a bottle for a crying baby inside the house he was allegedly robbing.

Indianapolis police arrested Robert Coleman at Arlington High School on Tuesday after receiving a tip from a television viewer saw surveillance video on a newscast.

Detectives say two suspects forced their way into a home on Friday morning and began ransacking the house. Police say that when a baby started crying, one of them warmed a bottle in a microwave oven and gave it to a child to feed the baby.

Coleman is being held on charges of burglary, robbery, criminal confinement and pointing a firearm.

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