PEOPLE can grass up a graffiti artist and end up £1,000 better off.
Crimestoppers is determined to tackle the problem of graffiti and is offering rewards of up to £1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of vandals responsible for the eyesores.
Crimestoppers has a scheme in place which means people can still get the cash without ever having to give their names.
The Name The Tagger campaign is a joint one between Crimestoppers, Neighbourhood Policing Teams and Kirklees Council.
Tagger refers to tags - the unique mark each graffiti vandal scrawls on walls.
Kirklees Council will be sending out posters containing images of graffiti from across the area and a number for the public to ring to report sightings or information about suspected offenders.
Through information then gathered by Crimestoppers, Kirklees Police intelligence unit and Kirklees Council, offenders will be identified and arrested.
Det Con Kevin Mosley, of Yorkshire and Humberside Crimestoppers, said: "Graffiti is an eyesore and makes people think the area is suffering from high levels of crime, which isn't necessarily the case.
"This is basically criminal damage costing thousands of pounds.
"What we are asking the public to do is ring us on 0800 555111 with information about those individuals they know are responsible.
"If that person is arrested and then charged with criminal damage, the caller can claim up to £1,000 reward. It's a simple as that and the caller always remains anonymous."