Bayswater Police charge woman (29) over alleged theft of Porsche from Nedlands

BAYSWATER Police have charged a 29-year-old woman for allegedly stealing a Porsche from a Nedlands home on June 23.

The Carlisle woman, who was a passenger in the vehicle, was spotted by police about 8pm at the Beaufort Street and Central Avenue in Mt Lawley.

The car failed to stop and evaded police along Beaufort Street before side-swiping a car and hitting a wall on Astor Lane.

Both the driver and passenger fled from the car, with the passenger apprehended a short distance away.

Police also seized a syringe of methylamphetamine, a glass pipe, a quantity of cannabis and allegedly stolen bank cards from the woman.

The woman was charged with stealing a motor vehicle, possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property, possession of methylamphetamine, cannabis and drug paraphernalia

She will appear before Perth Magistrates Court on July 18.

Inquiries will continue to locate the driver of the Porsche.

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