SINGAPORE - Two men pretending to be policemen allegedly raped a woman and robbed her and her male companion.
The impersonators "raided" a hotel room in Rawang town, Selangor, at about 6pm on Saturday and threatened to arrest the couple for vice activities, district police chief Assistant Commissioner (AC) Abdul Rahim Abdullah said.
Two men, aged 25 and 37, have been arrested, reported the New Straits Times.
One suspect took the man outside, saying they were going to a police station.
Said AC Abdul: "The second suspect then raped the female victim before robbing her of her belongings. The other suspect returned and also raped the victim."
The male victim was abandoned at a secluded spot.
Malaysian police have arrested two men aged 25 and 37 for robbing a couple and raping the female victim in Rawang town in Selangor on Tuesday morning.
The men, aged 25 and 37, had allegedly impersonated policemen when they "raided" a hotel room in in Rawang town in Selangor that the victims were in at about 6pm on Saturday.
The district police chief, Assistant Commissioner Abdul Rahim Abdullah, said the suspects identified themselves as told the couple that they were police officers and threatened to arrest them for vice activities.
The police said that one of the suspects then took the male victim outside, claimingsaying that he wanted to escort the victim take him to a police station.