Police in Broome County are working to track down those responsible for graffiti tags that keep appearing on buildings and historic structures.

Many of the targets of the spray-painted vandalism incidents have been along the Main Street corridor from Endicott into Johnson City and Binghamton.

Both of the Endicott Johnson Workers arches in Endicott and Johnson City have been tagged in recent months. The former Masonic Temple building on Main Street in Binghamton also has received the same treatment.

Graffiti on the front of the old Masonic Temple building in Binghamton in October 2018. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

Similar graffiti appeared in early August at two spots on East Main Street in Endicott.

Johnson City police chief Brent Dodge and Endicott police chief Patrick Garey said investigators have been trying to locate the person or persons responsible for the graffiti.

Although many of the incidents have been on Main Street in the villages and in Binghamton, some have been reported on other streets.

The Endicott Johnson Workers Arch at the Johnson City-Binghamton border was vandalized. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)
Spray-painted graffiti mars the EJ Workers Arch on East Main Street in Endicott. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

Contact WNBF News reporter Bob Joseph: bob@wnbf.com

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