OAKLAND -- Police said no one was arrested Friday night after a protest march led to vandalism at several downtown banks.

The group of about 50 protesters broke windows and vandalized ATMs at Chase Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, Union Bank and California Bank & Trust branches along Franklin Street. They also shattered an 8-by-8-foot window pane at the landmark Tribune Tower, the former home of the Oakland Tribune.

No one was reported injured.

The march was billed as an "anti-capitalist rally" by organizers at the Bay Area Radical Action Committee. A posting announcing the rally on the group's website was titled "Solidarity Means Attack!"

Staff writer Harry Harris contributed to this report. Contact Daniel M. Jimenez at djimenez@bayareanewsgroup.com. Follow him at Twitter.com/DMJreports.