The court will be hearing evidences in relation to the robbing of the Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) at the Kwaimani Building in December.
Principal Magistrate Fatima Taeburi when fixing the trial date last Friday said all magistrates are fully booked to hear other trials as of this month until November.
She therefore set down 7 to 11 November for the trial date.
However, the case will be brought back to court for interim mentions on September 25 and October 23 without the accused’s appearance.
Severio Sulimae, Dilo Faiga and Security Officer Joe Silas are required to attend the interim mention date on November 20, as it is the last adjournment before their trial commence.
The three accused are facing one count each of robbery in relation to the allegation on the night of July 25, 2014 at the Kwaimani building at Kukum, East Honiara.
Prosecution alleged the men arrived in a car allegedly driven by Sulimae that has a fake plate number and used a crow bar to uproot the ANZ machine.
After allegedly uprooting the ATM Machine, they lifted it onto the waiting car and took off with one of the security officers and went to Henderson, where they allegedly broke open the machine that contained more than $400,000.
Police further alleged that only more than $200,000 from the top tray was stolen as they could not open the bottom tray.
The stolen ATM machine weighs more than 200 kilograms.
Wayne Ghemu and Lazarus Kwaiga represent Faiga and Silas while Public Prosecutor Nelson Dhita represents the Crown.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN