Police await evidence for Legume robbery

THE BRIEF of evidence against the man accused of a violent robbery of the Legume General Store in the NSW Border Ranges in October last year is still to be finalised.

Luke James Weier did not appear in Lismore Local court today and was excused by Magistrate R Denes.

The prosecution told the court a DNA certificate had been received for the 21 year-old Warwick resident.

But the case was not ready to proceed as police were waiting for a paint testing statement to add to the brief of evidence.

Ms Denes ordered police to prepare the brief of evidence before January 8 when she re-listed Weier's matters.

She continued his bail and excused him from appearing on January 8 if legally represented.



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