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Accused lonely hearts robber stays in jail

A MAN dubbed the 'lonely hearts robber' for alleged crimes in NSW, who was arrested in Gladstone after being accused of tying a woman up, remains in custody.

Beau Robert Bartlett, 32, appeared before Gladstone Magistrates Court via video-link from Capricornia Corrections Centre seeking the police brief of evidence in its case against him.

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His lawyer Jun Pepito received the brief concerning Gladstone matters, and told the court Bartlett would need three weeks to decide whether to make a bail application.

Bartlett is charged with deprivation of liberty of a woman at Sun Valley on February 28, robbery with violence, enter a dwelling at night with intent, and six other offences.

Police accuse him of using zip ties on the woman and stealing money.

The case will be mentioned again in June. 

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