While authorities found a broken window and blood at the victim's house, they were unable to locate her, according to WGRZ. Police then used a bloodhound in the search, which led authorities to a residence several doors away.
While police initially could not find the woman, a second search by the bloodhound led authorities to the basement, where they found her screaming and chained, WIVB reported.
Niagara Falls police Detective Lt. John Conti said the woman was chained by the ankle, had her wrists bound by tape and had a sock stuffed in her mouth, the Niagara Gazette reported.
Police surrounded the home and a 12-hour standoff began, during which police began negotiating with Ciskiewic over the phone, WIVB reported.
However, police realized Ciskiewic was no longer at the residence and expanded their search to an industrial area, where the suspect was found and arrested, the Gazette reported.