Five men accused of armed robbery outside of the Bank of South Pacific (BSP) at Point Cruz earlier this year will plea to the amended charges against them.
The charge of armed robbery remains the same except that amendments were made to the wordings on the charge sheet.
Prosecution will have it amended and served it to the defence counsels before tomorrow when the matter returns to court.
Bail applications will also be made for three of the accused, Ben Farobo, Junior David Faiga and Stanley Ramo.
These three accused together with Richard Rurai and Junior Eric Nathaniel are jointly charged with armed robbery.
This is in relation to the alleged incident on the morning of 18 January outside of the former Westpac bank, now BSP.
They allegedly robbed a carton containing $1 million from two Asians who were on their way into the bank to make deposits.
Prosecution alleged that while one of the accused waited in a car parked outside the bank, others went and attacked the complainant and grabbed the carton containing the money.
They allegedly escaped in the car but were shortly arrested, charged and remanded in custody.
Police alleged that the men were all masked and one of them was armed with a knife.
Two other accused, Billy Deodore and Milton Gwaliasi were not part of the robbery but have been alleged to receive part of the stolen money.
Both have been initially charged with armed robbery but the charge was later reduced to receiving stolen properties due to insufficient evidence to sustain the robbery charge.
The duo have already pleaded not guilty to the lesser charge on a previous court appearance.
So far only Deodore, Gwaliasi and Rurai are on bail while the rest are in custody.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN