Lake County Sheriff’s Office canines Danno, Odin and Axel. | Provided Photos

Three Lake County sheriff’s canines helped track down a missing person and aid in the arrest of four suspects in separate incidents over a three-day span, officials said.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office said Canine Axel was requested by the Vernon Hills Police Department to the 500 block of Townline Road around 2:50 p.m. Thursday.

Axel was needed to sniff around a vehicle suspected in a retail theft.

Axel arrived, smelled around the car and indicated there were drugs in the car.

A search of the car revealed several crack pipes along with several items stolen during the retail theft, the sheriff’s office said.

Two people were taken into custody by Vernon Hills police officers as a result of Axel’s assistance.

Lake County Sheriff’s Canine Odin was called to a hit-and-run incident around 5:05 a.m. Saturday in the 1200 block of Woodbridge Drive in Round Lake Beach.

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The offender fled on foot following the crash and Odin successfully tracked the suspect down, the sheriff’s office said.

Odin was called around 12:55 a.m. Sunday to the 100 block of Aldridge Lane in Round Lake for a domestic battery incident.

Odin tracked down the offender who was hiding in the bushes after battering a family member.

Lake County Sheriff’s Canine Danno was called around 5:15 p.m. Saturday to the 37200 block of Grandwood Drive in unincorporated Gurnee.

Danno and his handler Deputy Martini were needed to help locate a missing endangered man.

The sheriff’s office said the man attempted self-harm and ran from his home on foot.

Danno arrived and tracked the man into a wooded area near a park. He was transported to an area hospital for the mental health crisis.