Authorities say an arrest has been made in connection with an armed robbery at a bank on the Massachusetts island of Martha's Vineyard.

The Cape & Islands District Attorney's Office confirmed Saturday that one person connected to the heist, which happened at 8:15 a.m. Thursday at the Rockland Trust in the town of Tisbury, was in custody.

The Cape and Islands District Attorney's office said three people wearing masks, gloves and armed with handguns rushed into the bank as employees entered to open the bank for business.

According to police and prosecutors, three unknown people rushed into the bank as employees entered to open for business Thursday morning. The suspects were masked, gloved and armed with handguns, officials said in a joint press release. All three suspects were wearing the same old man Halloween mask.

No one was hurt in the incident that sparked a massive search, including the Manuel F. Correllus Forest and a Holiday Inn in Falmouth.

The Vineyard Gazette said bank employees were tied up and the suspects fled in a stolen vehicle. No injuries were reported.

The DA's Office released a surveillance photo in connection with the robbery Thursday night. Anyone with information is asked to please contact Tisbury police at 508-696-4240.

"This was a targeted crime and there is no additional information that should cause undue fear," the Cape and Islands District Attorney said in a news release. "Island residents should remain vigilant, however, they should not be overly alarmed."