LARCHMONT, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A new mural in a village in Westchester isn’t receiving the recognition that was expected.

In fact, some residents say the new painting in Larchmont is an unwelcome sight. 

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The mural debuted in November on Chatsworth Avenue by the corner of Palmer Avenue.

It’s part of an organization, Street Art for Mankind, that’s helping to fight child trafficking.

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Murals have popped up all over town, each representing the families and individuals that established the village. This one in particular features the Palmers, a family of pioneers.

Some people say the woman in the center of it, though, is freaking them out, while others say it’s adding some extra flare to the area.

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