Tradeswoman, 25, drove the wrong way down a highway in a stolen Toyota for ...

Fraudster tradeswoman, 25, drove the wrong way down a highway in a stolen Toyota Hilux for nearly an HOUR 'with her girlfriend' Fraudster drove a stolen car the wrong way down the highway for 48 minutes    Deborah Hardy drove to Forster, and crashed into a police car and was arrested   Police allege Hardy, 25, stole vehicles by pretending to take them for a test drive   Hardy's girlfriend Sara Narywonczyk also attended the 'test drives', police claim 

By Laura Withers For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:45 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 03:45 BST, 3 May 2019

A fraudster tradeswoman allegedly drove a stolen vehicle the wrong way down a busy highway for almost an hour in a desperate bid to evade arrest.  

Deborah Hardy allegedly drove a Toyota Hilux into an barrage of oncoming traffic on the Pacific Highway towards Forster, in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, in November last year.

Police claim heavily-tattooed Hardy, who previously masqueraded as a car buyer in a bid to steal vehicles from trusting Gumtree vendors, was accompanied by her female lover Sara Narywonczyk during the high-speed chase. 

Deborah Hardy (pictured) allegedly drove a Toyota Hilux Ute into an onslaught of oncoming traffic down the Pacific Highway towards Forster

Deborah Hardy (pictured) allegedly drove a Toyota Hilux Ute into an onslaught of oncoming traffic down the Pacific Highway towards Forster

Hardy, 25, had previously duped two online dealers from the Hunter Region into handing over a Mazda6 and a Husqvarna motorcycle under the pretense she was taking them for a test drive, police claim. 

Police allege Hardy's girlfriend Narywonczyk, 27, was with her at the time of her 'test drives' – a claim she strenuously denies, The Daily Telegraph reported. 

But when police were alerted to the scam and began to pursue the pair, it was Narywonczyk who was allegedly behind the wheel of the

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