10/26/2012 12:01 EDT | Updated 12/26/2012 05:12 EST

Travis Baumgartner HUB Mall Shooting: Trial Date Set For Accused In Deaths On University Of Alberta Campus

Travis Baumgartner is taken out of a van by Canadian Border Services officers at the Aldergrove, British Columbia border crossing, Saturday, June 16, 2012. Baumgartner was stopped by customs at the United States border as he tried to enter the U.S. Baumgartner is wanted in a deadly armored car heist at a university in western Canada that left three armed guards dead, Friday. (AP Photo/Jonathan Hayward, The Canadian Press)

EDMONTON - It will be next year before there's a trial for a man accused of shooting four of his fellow armoured car guards at the University of Alberta.

A three-week trial for Travis Baumgartner is set to begin Sept. 9.

The Crown elected earlier this month to go ahead without a preliminary hearing.

Baumgartner was charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder following a robbery in June at an ATM machine on campus.

Three of his co-workers died at the scene; a fourth spent weeks in hospital recovering from head wounds.

Baumgartner was arrested the next day at the U.S. border with $334,000 in a backpack

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