Teen arrested over Auckland carjacking admits six charges


A 17-year-old arrested over the carjacking of an Auckland woman last month admitted six charges when she appeared in the Auckland District Court today. 

Police are still searching for the two young women responsible for the attack in Panmure.
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Lily Pritchard-Davis pleaded guilty to three burglary charges and three charges of unlawfully taking motor vehicles.

But on other charges, including aggravated robbery, she pleaded not guilty.

She has been remanded in custody.

Auckland woman Nancy Voon was driving into the Panmure Centre on Lagoon Drive on September 14 at the same time a red Honda Fit hatchback arrived.

Chee Phua says the teenage girls who viciously attacked mum Nancy Voon, 65, are "probably going through hard times".
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Police allege two women got out and pulled Ms Voon from her car as she sat in the passenger seat.

She was allegedly assaulted, landing her in hospital with serious injuries. 

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