A man wanted by police for failing to attend court for alleged dishonesty offences has been arrested. Braydon Pring, 28, was arrested on Thursday and applied to be released on bail at the Ballarat Magistrates' Court. The Lake Gardens man was bailed on October 16 for three alleged thefts but he failed to appear at court on May 3 and a warrant was issued for his arrest. The court was told while Pring was on bail, he allegedly stole a Mazda ute, Trek bicycle and broke into a Ballarat High School shed. Pring denies the allegations, telling the court on Thursday he was not the person who stole the ute and bicycle. The police informant said the Mazda ute was stolen from a Ballarat address on April 22 and when it was located, Pring's fingerprints were located on the outside of the vehicle. IN OTHER NEWS Another person's fingerprints were found inside the vehicle. Police allege three days later, a Trek bicycle was stolen from an Alfredton garage while the victim and his family were asleep. On May 1, Pring and unknown co-accused's allegedly attended Ballarat High School and forced open a shed before security arrived. Three days later police attended Pring's Lake Garden home looking for the accused and he saw a racing bicycle at the address. The police informant said CCTV footage obtained from Ballarat High School showed Pring and the co-accused's riding from the school and Pring was riding the stolen Trek bicycle. The bike's owner confirmed it was his but it is yet to be located. Pring told police he had no recollection of the Mazda ute, he did not burgle the Ballarat High School shed and the stolen bike was his. He said he was aware he was on bail but he did not know his court date. In opposing bail, police said they held concerns Pring would re-offend and fail to appear at court. Pring's lawyer said her client had accommodation with his father, he was a full-time bricklayer and he had one prior conviction for possessing cannabis, unlawful assault and criminal damage. Magistrate Rodney Crisp said the only exceptional reason to grant Pring bail was he had one prior conviction. Pring was bailed to return to court next month. His bail conditions include to report daily to police, abide by a curfew, not attend licence premises and not consume alcohol or use drugs. Pring has been charged with car theft, theft and burglary. If you are seeing this message you are a loyal digital subscriber to The Courier, as we made this story available only to subscribers. Thank you very much for your support and allowing us to continue telling Ballarat's story. We appreciate your support of journalism in our great city.