A teenager who allegedly drove around Lavington in a stolen car has tried to use his siblings and a change of clothes to claim it wasn't him.
Jake Cromb's solicitor, Camille McKay, said identification would be a "significant issue" in the case.
"He is not the person who is depicted in the CCTV footage," Ms McKay told magistrate Richard Funston in Albury Local Court.
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Ms McKay said Cromb, 19, of Centaur Road, regularly shared clothes with his siblings.
But Mr Funston said he understood that the clothes in the footage were the same as that worn by Cromb when he went to police 50 minutes later, back on February 23.
Cromb appeared upset when refused bail on charges of driving a stolen conveyance, dishonestly obtain property by deception and never licensed person drive vehicle.
The case was adjourned to March 17.