MONTREAL - Three of four suspects accused in connection with a series of smoke-bombings in the Montreal metro Thursday, May 10 have been released on bail.

A fourth suspect, the only male in the group, remained in custody Friday.

Genevieve Vaillancourt, Vanessa L'Ecuyer and Roxanne Belisle were ordered to stay 300 metres away from a metro entrance or school, unless they were actually taking a course.

The trio must remain indoors between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. unless they are with their parents. They are not allowed to attend a violent protest, nor wear masks.

François Vivier-Gagnon, who also faces a weapons charge after police reportedly found a knife with his goods, remained in custody.

The judge had initially set next Wednesday May 23 as the date for the bail hearings after Vivier-Gagnon's lawyer asked for a delay.

The four were charged with committing a hoax regarding terrorist activity, conspiracy and mischief over $5,000.