Aaron Pajich trial: CCTV footage appears to show victim arriving at house where he was allegedly murdered

Police tape seals off a crime scene in Broughton Way in Orelia where Aaron Pajich’s body was disovered. Picture: Declan Byrne
Police tape seals off a crime scene in Broughton Way in Orelia where Aaron Pajich’s body was disovered. Picture: Declan Byrne

CCTV footage taken from the house of one of the accused women in the murder trial of teenager Aaron Pajich appeared to show the trio arriving at the house on the day the 18-year-old was murdered.

The footage, shown in the Supreme Court today, appeared to show Mr Pajich arriving at Jemma Victoria Lilley’s Orelia house in a white Ford Falcon with Lilley and her co-accused, Trudi Clare Lenon.

The footage was shown shortly after footage was shown of Mr Pajich getting into what police claimed was Lenon’s car at Rockingham Shopping Centre.

The court also heard today from another witness, who was not present but sent in a written statement which was read out to the court by the crown prosecutor.

She worked at Rockingham Salvage at the time and clearly remembered a mother and daughter who bought 10 boxes of red/orange veneto tiles for $50.

She said they had rung and been to the store several times.

The witness described the pair as ‘a bit strange’.

She said they had also been to the yard two weeks earlier where they had bought a large blue drum.

The witness described the pair as a lady of about 55-years-old, about 165cm and “a bit plump”.

She described the lady she refered to as the daughter with longer darker hair that was parted in the middle, saying she looked a bit like a boy.

She said the younger one also had tattoos down her arms.

More police witnesses are expected to give more evidence tomorrow.

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