Police arrested six youths after a pursuit through Perth's southern suburbs in a stolen car last night.
A police spokesman said the pursuit began in Carlisle about 11pm and the teenagers, aged between 14 and 17, drove through Welshpool, Bentley, Shelley and Riverton before they were stopped in Leeming.
He said the chase ended at the intersection of Merrifield Circle and Beasley Road after police managed to stop the blue 2012 Hyundai station wagon using tyre deflation devices, also known as stingers.
The car was stolen from a property on Foster Road in Kelmscott in the early hours of Wednesday.
Three girls and three boys are yet to be over charged over the incident.
Police have released vision of the pursuit taken from the police helicopter.
It shows the vehicle being driven on the wrong side of the road as the driver attempts to evade police.
When the vehicle is eventually stopped the six occupants flee, running through bush and then jumping over fences.
At one point two of them hide in a cubby house at the back of a property.
They eventually all run from the houses before eventually being caught by police.
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