Two men have been arrested after Police Dog Judge found them inside a vacant warehouse at Port Adelaide overnight.
Just before 2.30am on Friday 16 April, police patrols were called to a vacant industrial warehouse at the intersection of Francis Street and Perkins Drive, following reports of an alarm activation.
On police arrival, they located a hole in a wire fence so they cordoned off the area and called in a police dog patrol to search the warehouse.
PD Judge quickly located two men hiding down the side of the building, when the suspects saw the police dog they jumped back over the fence into the waiting arms of the patrol officers.
A 38-year-old man from Elizabeth Downs was arrested and charged with being unlawfully on premises and then bailed.
While a 30-year-old man from Elizabeth Grove has been charged with being unlawfully on premises, going equipped to commit an offence after he found in possession of pliers and a torch, plus breaching pre-existing bail conditions. He has been refused police bail and will appear in the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court later today.