Teenager faces Horsham Magistrate's Court after five-day crime spate

MORWELL woman Amanda Smith has pleaded guilty to more than 30 charges arising from a five-day crime spree in the Wimmera.

Smith, 19, faced Horsham Magistrate's Court on Thursday.

Police had charged her with an array of offences including pursuits, burglaries and thefts of a substantial value.

She was remanded in custody and will re-appear before the court on May 30.

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Her companion, a 39-year-old Melbourne man, remains in police custody and is assisting investigators with their inquiries.

Police found the pair walking through a paddock near Rainbow on Wednesday afternoon.

Horsham Crime Investigation Unit Detective Senior Constable Travis Kerr believed they had spent a few nights sleeping in a boat.

"They were cold, wet and hungry," he said.

IN OTHER NEWS: A Horsham teen will face court for a joyride in a stolen car that resulted in a crash.

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