STAMFORD - Police in Stamford say a man is facing charges this morning, and they are still searching for another suspect, in connection with a major graffiti ring in the city.

Stamford police say the graffiti along Camp Avenue and on Viaduct Road has cost over $150,000 in property damage since December of last year.

Police say they arrested 25-year-old Jeffrey Gilleski in connection to the case, and they are still looking for 25-year-old Michael Vega.

Police say the men are responsible for graffiti tags that read  "LUNA" and "SLICK."

Businesses like Stamford Twin Rinks say it is not only costly, but it is a nuisance to clean.