An alleged rapist cop who is facing charges of raping a suspect was suspended from his duties even though he is behind bars at the moment .
The investigation had been conducted by the IPID regarding the Nyanga police officer who allegedly raped a suspect who had been suspected of shoplifting.An internal disciplinary process regarding the fitness of the 31-year-old to be a member of the South African Police Service is underway .
The alleged rape incident took place on the 2nd of December 2021 . The suspected who was not even under arrest was allegedly taken to a secluded place by the suspect and allegedly raped . These revelations were made known by the IPID after they held the investigations .
When the victim was allegedly free, he informed his cousin who is also a police officer about what had happened to him .It is then that an investigation was initiated , leading to the suspect´s arrest. He is expected to appear in court on Tuesday .
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