Three men who had been arrested in connection with the armed robbery of the Rockland Trust in November were indicted by a federal grand jury this week.

Miquel Jones, 39, of Edgartown, Omar Johnson, 32 of New Hampshire, and Romane Clayton, of Jamaica, were all indicted on Thursday. Mr. Jones and Mr. Johnson were indicted on charges of armed bank robbery and aiding and abetting; Mr. Clayton was indicted on being an accessory after the fact to an armed bank robbery.

All three men will appear in federal court in Boston at a later date, but nothing has been set, according to court records.

Since their arrests late last year, Jones and Johnson have remained in custody; Clayton was released with conditions, according to the U.S. Attorney Office.

The men are accused of forcing their way into the Rockland Trust Bank in Tisbury on Nov. 17, wearing masks and carrying what appeared to be handguns. Once inside, one of the men allegedly held a gun to the head of a bank employee and forced them to open the bank’s vault.

Officials say the men took about $39,000, before binding employees with duct tape and plastic zip ties and leaving in a bank employee’s car.

That car was found a couple miles away, allegedly left in a parking lot for another vehicle. Then men later got on a Steamship Authority ferry and left the Island.

Mr. Jones was arrested in November by state police on-Island and was initially arraigned in Edgartown District Court. Mr. Clayton and Mr. Johnson were both arrested in Connecticut. Mr. Johnson was arrested on Nov. 25, and Clayton was arrested on Dec. 9.