Dog stops armed robbers from kidnapping three-month-old baby

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By: Devansh Dutt 

(Scroll down for video) A mother had the shock of her life when two robbers broke into her house, grabbed her baby and tried to flee. Luckily, the family dog stopped the thieves from leaving.

A man and a woman broke a window and climbed into the house of Adolfo Angeles-Morales and Nayeli Garzon-Jimenez, on West Regent Street, in Indianapolis.

Jimenez was horrified when two people broke into her house asking for money. When she told them she does not have money, the pair grabbed her three-month-old baby and tried to flee from the back door.

However, the thieves were greeted by the family’s dog. The dog barked loudly, not allowing the thieves to escape from the house forcing. As they rushed towards the front door they threw the baby back to the mother.

After the thieves left the woman called police. The suspects are still at large. Her husband, Angeles-Morales, was at work when the terrifying robbery took place.

Jimenez said that the male attacker told her to give him money or he would take her baby. After telling him that she had no money, the woman grabbed the baby. Jimenez tried to stop the woman from leaving, but was beaten in the head with a pistol.

Police are looking for a black man about 35 years old, 6 feet tall, and heavy set with light skin. He
has a cut beard and acne scars. He is believed to be armed and dangerous.

The other suspect is a black woman in her mid-twenties approximately 5 feet 10 inches, and heavy build with braids pulled back in a ponytail. She had two lip piercings and a pierced eyebrow.

The suspects left the scene in a chocolate brown van with tinted windows. The mother and baby girl were taken to Wishard Hospital where the mother was treated and released. Jimenez had a cut on her forehead from being hit with the gun and bruises on her body. Her baby was not injured.