Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a statement Tuesday called on the State Police to investigate swastikas drawn on buildings in Geneva in Ontario County.

The drawings, which include two swastikas found on church, have been painted over.

Cuomo in a statement said she was “appalled” by the news and has directed the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to help investigate.

“In New York, we have zero tolerance for such vile acts of hate and intolerance. I have directed the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to offer assistance to the local authorities in the investigation of these hideous acts and hold those accountable to the full extent of the law,” he said.

“Symbols and slogans such as the ones seen around Geneva are meant to intimidate and divide, but our response is crystal clear: there is no place for hate in our state, and we will always stand together against discrimination.”