A missing woman was found chained inside an abandoned Chicago home after a passerby heard her screams for help, according to local reports.
Antoine Dobine told FOX32 Chicago that he was walking in the West Pullman neighborhood when he heard the woman’s cries and called police.
Officers discovered a 36-year-old woman chained to a bedroom wall inside the house, the station reported.
The woman, who is not being named, told WGN-TV that she was held against her will for four or five days and the man raped her twice.
"He left me in there handcuffed and chained," she said.
The woman said that she had previously encountered the man, who was only described as being in his 60s.
He allegedly grabbed the woman after they bumped into each other while she was walking to a neighborhood store. She said she tried to escape but couldn’t fight him off.
Police are investigating and working to find the suspect.
Multiple homes on the block remain empty, FOX32 reported. Neighbors said that the home where the woman was found has been vacant for more than 30 years.