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Girl charged for robbery before WA murder

AAP logoAAP 23/08/2016

A 15-year-old girl has been charged with robbery as part of the investigation into the death of mother-of-three Peta Fairhead, who was murdered and dumped at a Perth hospital.

The 27-year-old was pushed from a car and left at the Joondalup Health Campus emergency department entrance in the early hours of August 3, with police saying she and two other people had been robbed, abducted and attacked.

Three men - Ross James Boag and Leroy Daniel Smith, both 19, and Lucas James Yarran, 20 - have already been charged with armed robbery, kidnapping and murder.

On Tuesday, police said a teenage girl had been charged with three counts of aggravated armed robbery.

They allege she contacted Ms Fairhead and two men, and instructed them to go to a Ridgewood house where they were robbed while being threatened with weapons.

The girl will appear before the Joondalup Children's Court on September 6.

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