The man is the third person to have been remanded into custody as police investigations continue into the audacious robbery.
At 1pm on Thursday afternoon the Stockholm district court opened a remand hearing for the man in the court’s security room, after a scheduled hearing for Wednesday was postponed.
The man was informed on Wednesday evening of the charges levelled against him during a resumed interrogation.
“The remand hearing was now held as it should be,” defence counsel Johan Eriksson said referring to his prior criticism over a lack of available information.
The man was remanded into custody on suspicion of being an accessory to aggravated robbery after having originally been charged with aggravated robbery.
“They are uncertain, it means that the prosecutor’s initial claims are not considered to have sufficient support,” Eriksson said.
The 36-year-old continues to deny the allegations against him and has demanded that he be released.
A warrant for the arrest of a further 31-year-old man has been issued on Thursday, according to the Aftonbladet newspaper.
The man is reported to have worked at the same youth recreation centre as one of the suspects, a 29-year-old man released after Wednesday’s remand hearing.
The man had not been arrested by 3pm on Friday, according to a police source to the TT news agency, but is thought to remain in Sweden.
Two men suspected of involvement in the heist were remanded into custody by the court on Wednesday.