Herd of cattle help capture wanted man in Perth

A herd of cattle has helped police arrest a wanted man Perth.
Law enforcement said at 8:45 p.m. Sunday that they first saw an interesting vehicle allegedly driven by a 34-year-old man on Coolbellup Avenue.

Footage from the police air wing shows the suspected perpetrator driving through several suburbs before throwing the vehicle on the ground and encountering a property.

While running through a paddock, the man changed direction after being chased by a herd of cattle. (Western Australian Police)
A herd of cattle has helped police capture a fugitive in Western Australia. (Western Australian Police)

While reportedly trying to escape through a paddock, the man was forced to change direction when he was chased by a herd of cattle.

“Are these cows going to him?” said a police officer in the police air wing.

The man hit a steep terrain and began to struggle before being cornered by a fence.

Police found the 34-year-old White Gum Valley man on the ground. He was arrested and charged with various offences.

The man was denied bail.

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