A contested committal hearing date has been locked in for two of three men charged over an alleged $285,000 cash theft at Victoria's ATMs.
Almost $40,000 worth of damage is reported to have occurred at the businesses during the alleged crime spree from November to March.
The alleged offending occurred at Clunes, Lake Bolac, Beaufort, Creswick, Skipton, Dunkeld, Ballan and Queenscliff.
Police allege heavy equipment vehicles were used to crash through street shop fronts or equipment used to force entry into the premises.
Police have not yet located the case and all three men charged over the heist remain in custody.
Grant James Nalder, 34 and Martin Locandro, 41, will face a contested committal hearing at the Ballarat Magistrates Court on November 26.
Robert Stanley Fitzpatrick, 38, will front a contested committal hearing with no witnesses except for the police informant, on August 20.
The three men's cases were listed at the Ballarat Magistrates Court on Thursday before magistrate Ross Betts.
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