Robbery interrupted to feed baby



A robbery suspect in Indonesia allegedly stopped an armed heist in progress in order to calm a crying baby who was in the house, the Jakarta Globe reports.

Police say Kojek Mista and four other men broke into a home outside Jakarta on June 22 armed with guns, swords, knives and crowbars, the newspaper reports.

The men allegedly tied up a maid and the homeowner.

The commotion woke up a baby boy, and Mista asked how to calm the child, and was told the baby needed to be fed with milk.

"I gave it to the baby while cradling him. Not long after, the baby fell asleep so I put him in bed. I have a kid, so I know how to cradle a baby," Mista said during a police press conference, which the Jakarta Globe covered.

The men escaped with $5,000 in items, police said. Mista faces 10 years in prison, if convicted.

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