The police dog squad was kept busy overnight with canine helpers giving officers a hand to catch a number of crims around Perth.
Just after 8pm on Sunday night police dog Gyspy helped track down a man who had fled the scene of a car crash.
Police arrived at Beach Road in Marmion just as the driver of one, a 19-year-old man, was fleeing the scene of the crash on foot.
Gypsy chased after the man and found him about 750 metres away at a bus stop.
He had been injured in the crash and was taken to Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital by ambulance.
The driver of the other car escaped the crash uninjured and police inquiries into the accident are continuing.
Just after midnight on Monday police dog Frisk helped to track down two people, believed to be the passengers of a car caught speeding on Beauford Street.
The car was found abandoned on Arthur Street in Inglewood a short time later.
A third person was caught by police after being tracked down by a police helicopter.
He was taken into custody and has since been summonsed for driving with a blood alcohol reading in excess of 0.08 per cent.
Just an hour later police dog Frisk helped to catch a suspected burglar in Noranda.
At 1.30am police were called to Callaghan Way after reports of a burglary.
Reports said the two thieves were being chased up the street by one of the residents.
Frisk was able to track a scent and located a man in the front garden of a house in Weatherill Way. He was lying down against a retaining wall, under dense bushes.
The 21-year-old man was taken into custody, and inquiries are continuing.