Warrick was said to have used some substance to darken his face and hands in order to conceal his appearance.
Warrick was said to leave the bank in a silver Pontiac Grand Prix with Heinz allegedly acting as the getaway driver. Police recovered the vehicle on Wednesday from Heinzs home.
All three suspects have prior convictions in Wilson County and in other Middle Tennessee counties.
Warrick has been convicted of two counts of aggravated robbery and felony drug possession in Wilson. Heinz was convicted of welfare fraud in Wilson as well as obtaining drugs by fraud in DeKalb County and theft in Davidson County. Camarda was convicted of two counts of forgery and obtaining drugs by fraud in Wilson County.
Police credit tips and information from citizens for assisting in the arrest. All three have a federal court hearing on Thursday afternoon.