The police are looking for two men suspected of robbing an elderly woman at gunpoint on Tuesday afternoon. As the woman entered her apartment on Neptune Avenue, police say two men "forced their way into the apartment, where the tied up the 73-year-old woman at gunpoint before taking her ATM card, pin number and assorted jewelry."

Seventy-three-year-old Shirley Rosenstock managed to break free and call the police. The police found that her ATM card was used at a bodega and released surveillance video and images of the suspects (one is a black male, about 6 feet tall; the other is a Hispanic male, about 5'10"). The Daily News described, "At about 5:45 p.m., the suspects were recorded entering a store and apparently using the stolen ATM card as a dark-colored bodega cat sat shiftless nearby."

Call Crimestoppers (800-577-TIPS) to share information. Last month, the State Senate passed the "Granny Law", which imposes stiffer penalties for people who attack the elderly. The law was prompted by one man beating a 101-year-old woman in Queens, and then attacking an 85-year-old later on.