A convicted bandit was remanded to prison when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts, for the offence of robbery under-arms.Kurt Kendall, of 477 Section B Non Pareil, East Coast Demerara, is accused of robbing Elizabeth Seepaul of $1.2M and a further $2.5M on May 29,Patric Hornqvist Penguins Jersey, last, at Thomas Lands, Georgetown. He was allegedly armed with a gun at the time of the robbery. The monies are the property of Wings Aviation and Fly Jamaica respectively.It was also alleged that on the day in question, he robbed Christopher Ali at gunpoint and relived him of one million six hundred and fifty two thousand dollars, property of Fly Jamaica.Kendall,Jeff Beukeboom Rangers Jersey, who was convicted before for robbery under-arms, pleaded not guilty to the charge after it was read to him by Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry.Police Corporal,Jarred Tinordi Canadiens Jersey, Bharrat Mangru,Kevin Hayes Rangers Jersey, told the court that the victims are employed at Fly Jamaica and are stationed at the Ogle International Airport. He said that on the day in question, around 10:30hrs, the victims boarded the company bus and went to conduct business.Mangru said that while the bus was in the vicinity of Queens’ College, a motor car stopped in front of the said bus,Nick Bonino Penguins Jersey, causing the driver (of the bus) to stop. Three men exited the car,Doug Harvey Canadiens Jersey, the defendant pulled out a gun and relieved Seepaul and Ali of the cash.However,Mike Gartner Rangers Jersey, Kendall’s Attorney, Paul Fung-A-Fat argued that his client has an alibi. He said that the defendant was never at the crime scene. He added that on the day of the alleged robbery,Antti Raanta Rangers Jersey, his client rented motor car PPP 8049 from a car rental service.The Attorney also tendered documents to the court to support his defence.Fung-A-Fat contested that given the time of the robbery, he will be calling eyewitnesses from the car rental service,Ryan Callahan Lightning Jersey, to testify that his client was there (at the car rental) when the robbery took place. He also argued that his client was wrongly picked out on the identification (ID) parade.The Prosecutor objected to bail citing the seriousness and prevalence of the offence. He alleged that a firearm was used to commit the crime.The fact that the defendant was convicted before for robbery under-arms was also used as a weapon by the Prosecutor to deny him of his pre trial liberty. Kendall spent three years in jail on that conviction.Further, the Prosecutor advanced that the defendant was positively identified by the victims.This matter will be called again on June 22, for statements.