Four people charged in connection with the 10 March robbery of Cayman National Bank in West Bay will next appear in Grand Court.
Magistrate Grace Donalds committed the charges for mention 6 September following a preliminary inquiry, which took three days to complete.
Three defendants are Bjorn Connery Ebanks, 22, Damion Omar Ming, 24 and Royce Leon Cornwall, 25.
Senior Crown Counsel Andre Mon Desir said when the charges are put before the Grand Court in the form of an indictment a fourth person will be included. He is Craig Damion Dilbert, 29.
Police named Dilbert 4 April when it was announced that he had been charged but not apprehended. In recent court proceedings Mr. Mon Desir referred to this defendant as remaining at large.
A fifth defendant in the bank robbery is Eluno George Liking, 25. He appeared in Grand Court in May and entered guilty pleas.
Liking is a Jamaican national. The other four are Caymanians.
The robbery occurred at the CNB branch in Centennial Towers on a Friday around lunch time. Cash valued at US$6,756 was stolen and a security guard was seriously injured when he was shot.
Ebanks, Ming and Cornwall are represented by Attorneys Nicholas Dixey, Ben Tonner and John Furniss.
Attorney Marlene Smith represents Liking.