A woman who was allegedly beaten and tied up in her Wisconsin home by her ex-boyfriend was saved last week when a Domino's Pizza delivery driver noticed she was in distress, NBC News reported.
What seemed like a normal delivery turned into a rescue mission for deliveryman Joseph Grundl after he noticed the woman had a black eye, he said.
"She mouthed 'help me' to me and then after when the guy left to get money and she mouthed 'call the police.' This was just as I was about to leave," he told NBC News, confirming a Sheboygan County Sheriff's Department incident report.
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Grundl called 911 when he got back to the restaurant. Deputies arrested Dean Hoffman after seeing him try to keep the woman from leaving and hearing her yell "help me."