FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) - The rate for a one-hour massage at Relax Spa in Fishers is $24.99. That price includes head, neck and shoulder pampering.
But police say a 56-year-old employee was offering something extra on the side.
Rui Qing Xie was arrested and preliminarily charged with prostitution, a Class A misdemeanor, during an undercover sting at the spa, located at 7245 Fishers Landing Drive.
Investigators say Xie agreed to perform a sex act in exchange for money.
Police say they received several complaints from people about possible prostitution at the Relax Spa. So, they sent in an undercover officer to investigate.
Detectives have been investigating several places in Fishers.
The business was closed Wednesday but police say the owners can reopen without restrictions.
Fishers Police Officer Tom Weger said Indianapolis Metropolitan Police investigated The Relax Spa at its Indianapolis location for prostitution and made an arrest.
A group of women who work in the area told 24-Hour News 8 they would often notice men showing up during the lunch hour.
"So many men would go in and out there it was ridiculous," one woman said, who asked not to be identified. "We always suspected prostitution but had no proof."
Isub Tai, who manages cleaners in the strip mall, said he had no idea anything illegal was taking place next door. Tai said in the two years he has worked in the area, he never noticed anything suspicious.
This latest arrest at the Relax Spa is the third this year.
In January, police arrested Lixia Sun. Two months later, Liping Xiang, in March. Police say the latest arrest shows the need for additional investigations focusing on prostitution in the area.
"Our message is, if you are setting up a business for illegitimate purposes we warn you that we are investigating these complaints thoroughly," Officer Weger said. "If we catch you committing a criminal act you will be arrested."
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