Another swastika has been found in Geneva.

Police say it was located on the outer wall of the Armory on Main Street. Investigators believe it may have been spray painted  around the same time as the others.

Earlier this week, Governor Andrew Cuomo activated the New York State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to investigate "racially motivated" graffiti around town.

The first instance was reported last month when a swastika and the words "white power" appeared on a garage door in an Elm Street parking lot. Police say there were no witnesses, surveillance footage or other leads. 

Last Monday, officers were called to Mount Calvary Church on Milton Street where there was another instance of two swastikas spray painted on the side of the church. When police arrived someone had already attempted to clean up the graffiti.

The Geneva Police Department is looking for the person or group responsible for spray painting the symbols.  Anyone with information is asked to call police at (315) 828-6779. Police say all information will remain confidential.