FOUR people have been arrested for an alleged burglary where two Audi vehicles were stolen in Bassendean on January 7.
At about 6.15am, an Audi Q7, an Audi RS5 and a number of other items were stolen at the property.
A stolen credit card was allegedly used about an hour and a half later in Applecross at 7.45am and again at 9.30am.
Police said people using the card attended the location in the Audi RS5 and a white Ford Territory.
Several police units including the Police Air Wing were deployed to the southern suburbs to search for the vehicles.
The Ford Territory was spotted in Beckenham and Police Air Wing officers monitored the vehicle.
The four occupants of the vehicle were arrested as they entered the carpark of a shopping centre on Albany Highway in Cannington.
Further inquiries were made and the Audi vehicles were located in South Perth.
A 36-year-old Koondoola man was charged with aggravated home burglary, two counts of stealing motor vehicles, five counts of gaining benefit by fraud and attempt to gain benefit by fraud.
He was refused bail and appeared in Perth Magistrates Court on January 9, where he was remanded to January 23 for sentence.
A 22-year-old woman from Bassendean was charged with stealing a motor vehicle and three counts of gains benefit by fraud but she was refused bail.
She appeared before court on January 9 and was remanded to January 30 to obtain legal advice.
Another man from Redcliffe (54) will be summonsed in relation to drug offences.
The fourth person, a 23-year-old woman, was released without charge.