Authorities Investigating Fuji Massage Parlor Break In

By: Tim Ciesco Email
By: Tim Ciesco Email

Authorities were back out at a massage parlor being investigated for prostitution Monday afternoon -- this time for what appears to be a break in.

IRS officials say around 12:30 Monday afternoon, they received a call that the deadbolt on the back door of the Fuji Oriental Therapy & Massage Parlor had been hacked off and the door was open.

IRS agents, police officers, and a K-9 Unit were called out to the parlor to investigate. With guns drawn, they searched the inside of the building and the surrounding area. Officials say they didn't find anyone inside and it did not appear that anything had been tampered with.

An attorney for Nan O'Reilly, the woman who is allegedly at the center of this prostitution ring, says this was the first time he had heard anything about anyone entering the building, and had he or his client known anything was going to happen, they would have stopped it. He says he has hired a locksmith to fix the door and will soon be going through the building himself to make sure nothing is missing or has been tampered with.


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