An armoured car guard accused of killing three of his co-workers and injuring another during a robbery at the University of Alberta has appeared in an Edmonton courtroom.
Travis Baumgartner is charged with three counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder and four counts of robbery with a firearm.
He showed no expression as his case was put over to July 5.
The court ordered that Mr. Baumgartner not contact a number of people, including employees of the security company he worked for.
Police say Mr. Baumgartner was one of five guards working for G4S Canada who were loading a bank machine at the university last Friday when shots rang out.
Mr. Baumgartner, who is 21, was picked up in British Columbia last weekend as he tried to cross the border into the U.S.
A backpack with $330,000 was found in the truck he was driving.