NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A group of marchers were met by police in the Flatiron District on Friday night.

Police called the demonstration at Fifth Avenue and 21st Street unlawful.

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At least three people were arrested, but it’s unclear what led up to the confrontation.

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CBS2 has been told the group was marching for “Amnesty for All.”

Several businesses in the area were damaged during the protests.

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