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Teenager charged after police car allegedly hit by stolen ute at Holsworthy

Teenager charged after police car allegedly hit by stolen ute at Holsworthy

A teenage boy has been charged with being a passenger in a stolen ute after a police vehicle was allegedly struck in a car park at Holsworthy yesterday.

An officer with Liverpool City Police Area Command was attempting to stop a utility - which had been reported stolen - as it left the Holsworthy Railway Station car park on The Boulevarde about 12.40pm.

Police will allege the utility struck the police car before stopping and letting a youth out before speeding away. There were no injuries.

The 14-year-old boy was arrested and taken to Liverpool Police Station where he is was charged with being carried in a conveyance taken without consent, taking and driving a conveyance, resisting arrest and breach of bail.

He's been refused bail to appear in a children's court today.

Local police, a team from the Dog Unit and the police airwing, Polair, joined the search for the utility without success.

The stolen vehicle is a brown Mazda B32 Utility with NSW registration YGE63X. Anyone who sees the vehicle is urged not to approach it but call triple zero.