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VILLA PARK, Ill. (CBS) — Two employees of a spa in Villa Park were doing more than giving massages, police say.

Massage therapists Kyong Hui Campbell, 54, and Bong Soon Lee, 49, were both arrested at the Alma Natural Spa, at 100 E. Roosevelt Rd. in the western suburb, on charges of attempting acts of prostitution.

The therapists were busted by an undercover officer, who was sent to the spa after someone tipped police off to reports of “acts of prostitution” going on there. Police did not get into specifics in a news release.

The undercover officer went to the spa and received a massage from Campbell. She then allegedly offered and attempted to perform a sexual act on the officer and was arrested, the release said.

Investigators also noticed another customer in a different room, who was receiving a massage from Lee. She also allegedly attempted an sexual act and was arrested.

Both Campbell, of Aurora; and Lee, from Addison, were charged with one count of prostitution, a class A misdemeanor.

The Sun-Times Media Wire contributed to this report.

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