Ryan Edwards, accused of stealing two security cameras, was on Thursday granted bail after he denied the crime.
Edwards, 29, was read the charge by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan in Georgetown.
The charge stated that on October 29, at North Road, Lacytown, Edwards stole two Lorex HD security cameras, which were the property of Elvis Glendon Parkinson.
Edwards, a labourer, of East La Penitence, denied the charge.
Police Prosecutor Arvin Moore made no objection to bail being granted, but requested that the accused be required to report every Friday at 9 am to the officer-in-charge at the East La Penitence Police Station.
Subsequently, Chief Magistrate McLennan granted the accused his release on $20,000 bail along with the condition requested by the prosecutor.
The matter was then adjourned until November 8, when it will be heard by Magistrate Judy Latchman.