ALL accused in the Westpac Bank daylight robbery incident early this year are out on bail except for Gabi Selo.
Gabi Selo is facing one count of robbery and another count of grievous harm for allegedly chopping off the wrist of a security officer.
He remains in custody and will return to the court again on May 25, where he will appear together with his co-accused.
Harry Lilimae, Dudley Baemalea, Patteson Amos Otokwai, Jonathan Wanefiolo, and Stanley Waneakwasia are released on different dates on previous court appearances.
The latest one to be bailed on Tuesday is Bartholomew Bara, whom police alleged stole $200,000 of the $4 million robbed.
All the accused, except Bara, are accused of the robbery that took place on the morning of January 26, this year.
Bara faces one count of larceny for allegedly stealing the money from the crashed car at Kakabona, West Guadalcanal.
Selo is co-accused with a security officer Harry Lilimae, Dudley Baemalea, Patteson Amos Otokwai, Jonathan Wanefiolo, and Stanley Waneakwasia for the alleged robbery that took place on the morning of January 26, this year.
The securities from the Alert Protective Service including the Lilimae were carrying two boxes containing the $4million from the bank to their waiting vehicle parked outside when the alleged robbery took place.
Lilimae whom police alleged planned out the robbery was also allegedly attacked but was left unharmed while his colleague had his wrist chopped off.
The other five accused who allegedly did the robbery took off in a car heading westerly direction in a very high speed.
Police and the public chased the car resulting in it crashing at Kakabona.
There, it was alleged the five men came out with knives threatening anyone that goes closer to them.
Police managed to arrest some of them at the spot while the rest were arrested later.
Police only retrieved $3.7 million.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN