Easton Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they suspect sprayed graffiti on several buildings and garages in the downtown using the paint colors of purple, pink, black and red.
The graffiti first appeared in early November, and a second wave of graffiti occurred this week, police said.
The graffiti in early November was removed by the City of Easton, but the same buildings were painted again this week, police said.
Police released a surveillance photo of the suspect that they said was taken early Thursday. They are asking that if anyone knows the man's identity to contact them at 610-250-6635.
Police said it is possible a second man is also working with the man in the photograph.
Police are also requesting that employees of any stores that sell spray paint who recall selling to the suspect in the photo to contact the police.