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"We don't dial 911."

A homeowner who has a sign with those words hanging outside her house shot an armed intruder who broke into her Indianapolis home Thursday afternoon, according to Fox 59.

A mother reportedly heard the man enter her home through a window in her baby's room, so she took out her pistol.

Neighbors say the man fired his gun at her first, and she fired back, striking him multiple times.

The man was taken to an Indianapolis hospital, police said.

Authorities also revealed that the intruder was carrying zip ties and a walkie talkie.

Neither the mom nor the baby were hurt in the incident.

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