The governor's security officers are investigating graffiti sprayed with black paint on the outside of the State Capitol, demanding that the cause of the homeless be heard. On an east-side pillar, the graffiti reads, "Hear our cries" and "10 minutes for the homeless." Press secretary Francine Giani said the governor's office is investigating a letter and phone calls received from an individual upset about the plight of the homeless. Reputable homeless groups are not involved, she said. "This is a sad statement of what people will do to get attention," she said. The graffiti will require sandblasting to remove. In a vandalism incident last month, the statue of Indian Massasoit was covered with toilet paper. It is not known if the two incidents are related.