Police in Gloucester Township have shut down a massage parlor after investigators accuse the owner of promoting prostitution.
Police say they received a call from a customer of the Rainbow Acupressure on February 15. The caller reported seeing men and women walking around the parlor without clothes and claimed there was a billing discrepancy for previous services.
Police, who say they were already investigating the parlor along with other local, state and federal agencies, responded to the store and talked with the owner, Miss Hye Morgan.
Investigators say the parlor only served as a facade for a prostitution business.
Morgan now faces two counts of Promoting Prostitution, police said.
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