A Vietnamese tourist was allegedly raped by three men in Malaysia, including a policeman, on October 25, The Star newspaper reported.
The paper quoted unnamed sources as saying that the woman, 22, a student, and a female friend were traveling in Johor Bahru and arrived at an apartment in Pasir Pelangi at around 3 a.m. on that day when three men claiming to be plainclothes policemen accosted them and asked to check their passports.
The friend managed to flee while the victim tried to explain that she was not carrying her passport.
She was then bundled into a car and driven to the house of one of the men, where they allegedly took turns to rape her. They kept her locked in for 12 hours before allowing her to leave, the newspaper said.
The victim reported to the police who later tracked down the suspects who had been caught by the apartment security cameras. They include a policeman in his 30s while the other two are in their 30s and 50s.
The two girls arrived in Malaysia last month, the newspaper reported.
The police are investigating.