Three 36-year-old men charged with false imprisonment and robbery in Sark last week have been granted bail with several restrictions.
Ali Abbas Ahmad, Aal E Ahmad Hussain, and Omar Sharif, all from Slough, appeared in court in Guernsey yesterday.
Ahead of the case being committed to Guernsey's Royal Court on Wednesday 14 December, the trio were granted bail.
As part of their bail conditions, the men must all continue to reside at their stated Slough addresses, and report to Slough Police Station individually every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. A curfew between 23:00 and 06:00 was imposed.
They were told to surrender their passports to Guernsey Police, and they are not allowed to enter either the Bailiwicks of Guernsey or Jersey other than for legal reasons. They may enter Guernsey 24-hours in advance of scheduled court appearances.
The men have also been instructed not to contact two witnesses and were required to pay two separate securities per defendant, amounting to tens-of-thousands of pounds, before their release from custody.
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