El Paso roadways got a fresh, illegal coat of paint this weekend after someone went on a graffiti spree.

The graffiti showed up between Saturday night and Sunday morning, and while graffiti isn't anything new, what is new is the amount of tagging that showed up on streets that are pretty heavily traveled. The graffiti showed up on freeway overpasses and billboards along I-10 between Executive Center Boulevard and Piedras Street, but even though a lot of cars use those roads, there were no reports of anyone seeing the tagging happening.

El Paso Police are investigating this rash of graffiti and are asking the public to come forward and let them know if you saw anything over the weekend. If you see someone tagging, you are asked to call 9-1-1. You can also report graffiti to the city's anti-graffiti program by calling 3-1-1 or going online to fill out a form.

If you see graffiti that needs to be removed from street signs, parks, or even your home, you can call 3-1-1 and the City will do that free of charge. They will not remove graffiti from vehicles.