Can you help identify these graffiti tags?
A BUSINESS manager has called for any information regarding a number of graffiti incidents on Grafton buildings, some with swear words.
Trish Tracey manager of Jacaranda Health, one of the buildings affected, said cleaning the graffiti would come at a cost to their business.
"Someone has to pay for it," Mrs Tracey said.
She also said Aldi, the RTA office and old Telstra building were vandalised.
When she phoned the police she was told to provide photos of the graffiti to identify the tags.
Police can use the similarities is graffiti to help them identify who committed the act.
The vandal signed what looks like 'Marls and Dags' onto the walls.
Mrs Tracey said the graffiti happened on Sunday night and her niece took photos and circulated them on Facebook to try and get some more information.
She commended the police on putting the effort into coming down to investigate the matter.
Coffs-Clarence Acting Inspector Brett Henderson-Smith said part of their investigation was to identify the tags.
"Police investigations are continuing," Inspector Henderson-Smith said.
"We ask anyone in the public if they witnessed anything between 6pm Sunday to 8am on Monday to phone Crime Stoppers or the Grafton police station."
Inspector Henderson-Smith said the graffiti problem was not big in Grafton.