Anti-Semitic graffiti found at Grafton State Park

State police say anti-Semitic graffiti was found by park personnel at Grafton State Park.

State police were called on Sunday.

Park employees found graffiti spray-painted on trees about 75-yards from a walking trail.

Also spray-painted on one of the trees were the letters "N+S".

Police are looking for your help.

If you have any information, give them a call at (518) 279-4427.

Gov. Cuomo released the following statement:

"We are all New Yorkers, regardless of race, religion or background, and the anti-Semitic graffiti found in Grafton State Park in Rensselaer County is appalling. State parks should be safe places of rest and recreation, not fear and intolerance.

"The New York State Police is thoroughly investigating this incident in collaboration with park personnel and I hope to see the people responsible brought to justice quickly."