Slidell police say a man had his 5-year-old son with him early Monday morning when he robbed a convenience store in the city. 46-year-old Michael Perry is booked with robbery but more charges are on the way.

"There will be additional charges to follow. Contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile and possibly putting that child in danger as well, so child endangerment," said Slidell Police Chief Randy Smith.

A little before 1:00 in the morning on Monday, security camera video shows a man walk into the store and buy some milk with a young boy at his side. Moments later, the same man returns and begins to buy some motor oil. When the clerk opens the register, the man pushes her away and takes the money.

"But to have a 5-year-old child with him in the presence of committing such a robbery, yeah, it's alarming to us as well," said Smith.

Police say the clerk was able to get a good description of the suspect's suv and a partial license plate number. They say they were able to determine Perry was the suspect. They say they arrested him at his girlfriend's house. They say the child is with family members.