Lake County Sheriff’s Office canines Dax (left) and Odin (right). | Provided Photos

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office said two of their canines, Odin and Dax, helped track down a missing child and wanted suspects during separate incidents over the weekend.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office said Canine Odin was called to assist a local police department in a search around 11:50 p.m. Saturday.

An intoxicated juvenile went missing after leaving on foot following an argument with a friend in Wauconda.

Odin tracked for approximately a mile and a half. The girl was located successfully by officers who were on the perimeter.

Lake County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chief Christopher Covelli said the Wauconda police officer found the girl at a gas station.

During a second incident, Canine Dax responded to assist police in Cook County in locating wanted suspects.

The suspects fled on foot from a stolen vehicle and were reported to be armed.

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Dax assisted in helping the police agency take two people into custody.

Last month, Dax helped track down a man who went missing near Antioch and was found unconscious under a covered boat.

Deputies were called to search for a highly intoxicated man who was seen going into the water with his clothes on before getting out of the water, the sheriff’s office said.

He then took off his wet clothes at a marina and walked away on foot.

Friends of the man searched for him for over an hour before calling 911, the sheriff’s office said.

Canine Dax arrived and learned the man’s scent from his wet clothing.

The police dog then tracked to a nearby boat where the man was found under the boat’s cover.

Paramedics were called to the scene and transported him to the hospital.

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