Staff at The Pop Shop came into work Monday morning only to discover that its front window had been vandalized overnight.
Done in gray and gold, the graffiti depicts a face with the eyes crossed out, the letters "CMD" appear twice, as do the letters "NIG."
Everything came off with some bleach, said owner Connie Correia Fisher.
The intention behind the act is, at this point, unknown to either the business or borough police; however, Cpl. Tom Hartshaw said it was an isolated incident.
"There were no other reports of criminal mischief in the area," Hartshaw told Patch on Monday. He also was unwilling to speculate on any meaning implicit in the graffiti.
"We don't know the meaning behind the acronym," Hartshaw said.
Hartshaw said members of the Collingswood Police Department interviewed subjects in the area and gathered photographic evidence, but that they would also welcome information from anyone with knowledge of the case: 856-854-1901.