MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A pizza delivery driver in Wisconsin is being credited with helping free a woman who was kidnapped last week and held at a home against her will.

The Sheboygan Press reports that the driver alerted authorities Thursday after delivering a pizza to a couple in a Sheboyan County home and seeing a woman, with a black eye, mouth the words “help me” and “call the police.”

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That’s just what the driver, who was not identified in the report, did.

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When officers arrived at the eastern Wisconsin home, the man who paid for the pizza, 55-year-old Dean Hoffman, let them in. He was arrested soon after.

Authorities say Hoffman entered the woman’s home earlier in the day, hit her, tied her up with a power cord and tried to persuade her to get back into a relationship with him, the newspaper reports.

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Hoffman could face several charges in connection with the incident, including kidnapping, false imprisonment, burglary, and strangulation and suffocation.