A 41-year-old man from Tasmania’s west coast has pleaded guilty to assaulting and abducting a primary-school-aged child in the state’s north west at the weekend.
The girl was left injured after the incident at the Montagu Campground, near Smithton on Sunday night.
An an air and ground search began on Monday for Rosebery man Cecil Maurice Mabb in relation to the incident.
Drones and the rescue helicopter spent hours looking for Mabb and his white Mazda ute.
He was eventually found late in the afternoon in bushland near Marrawah and has been since remanded in police custody.
Appearing in the Burnie Magistrates Court via video link on Friday, Mabb pleaded guilty to one charge of abducting a young person and one charge of assault.
He will be sentenced in the Burnie Supreme Court on March 9.
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