In addition to the $2,000 offered by NYPD crime stoppers, Sen. Pedro Espada and the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation each pledged $5,000 to whoever finds the man suspected of raping a 79-year-old woman with Alzheimer's in her Bronx apartment building. One investigator told the Daily News, "We have been getting lots of tips with some basic information, and following them up aggressively." A neighbor also recalls the victim ringing her doorbell after the incident, saying, "She was naked and hysterical. My sister Yolanda gave her a robe and tried to comfort her...People are shook up. Nobody is in the halls late at night and I'm concerned about my wife coming home from work."