A mechanic found himself before the courts on Monday after he reportedly accepted stolen property from an alleged bandit.Aubry Evans, of Lot 1637 Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara, denied that on March 2, 2018 at Brickdam, Georgetown, he accepted from Randy Smith a number of power shocks valued $210,000, property of Anthony Singh, knowing same to be feloniously stolen.Police Prosecutor Arvin Moore revealed to the court that the Virtual Complainant (VC) parked his motor car PRR 5795 with the items inside.However, upon his return, he found that the items were missing. As such, the Police were called to the scene. Following investigations Smith was arrested and he reportedly admitted that he gave the stolen items to Evans. As such, the 47-year-old man was arrested, and he admitted to being given the items by Smith. He was later charged. His Attorney, Paul Fung-A-Fat asked that the articles be returned to the VC and for reasonable bail on the grounds that his client was willing to assist the Police with their investigations. Magistrate Judy Latchman granted the defendant $60,000 bail. The case continues on March 26, 2018.