Juveniles arrested after overnight rampage

A number of police teams including the Air Wing and Dog Squad were deployed. PIC: Supplied

Six teenage boys have been arrested after an overnight rampage across Perth.

Police allege the group aged between 14 and 16 threatened a number of people with an axe before demanding property through Northbridge, Elizabeth Quay and Burswood Park around 10.15 last night. 


The boys were travelling in a stolen Honda Odyssey fleeing with a bag, a bank card and another car. 



The Honda Jazz and and Odyssey stopped at a petrol station in South Lake around 11.30 where the juveniles allegedly stole some items and paid for others. 


A service station attendant reported the suspicious behaviour to police.


The Odyssey was located around half an hour later at the corner of High and Parry Streets in Fremantle but sped away.


It was followed by the Air Wing through Hamilton Hill until eventually being stopped by tyre stingers.


Six teenage boys tried to flee on foot but were arrested with assistance from the Police Dog Squad and taken to Cockburn Police Station.


Investigations into the Honda Jazz and others who may have been involved continue.


Anyone with information is urged call Crime Stoppers. 


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