Three men have been remanded in custody over a string of burglaries in the Peel region yesterday.
The Perth Magsitrates Court was told this morning that Carl Winmaar, Jason John Cound and Dwayne Thomas Coomer went on a "crime spree" which involved several burglaries and included the theft of a luxury car.
Mr Winmaar and Mr Coomer were both refused bail and remanded in custody until January 3 when they will undergo a home detention bail assessment.
Mr Cound, who is already on a suspended sentence for burglary and fraud, was refused bail.
Police allege that about 1.20pm yesterday the men confronted an elderly couple in their home in Golden Bay.
Soon after, three more burglaries occurred as well as three independent stealing offences in different suburbs in the area.
Items stolen included a 2010 Audi A5 coupe which police in Warnbro spotted about 2.50pm.
After a failed attempt to pull the car over, a pursuit occurred and continued until Rockingham City Shopping Centre where the offenders abandoned the vehicle.
Police then searched the area where they located and arrested three men, aged 21, 20 and 19.
All three were charged with two counts of aggravated burglary and commit, aggravated burglary with intent, five counts of stealing and one count of stealing a motor vehicle.