NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – It was a blast from the past for two New York City subway cars.NYC DOT Asks New Yorkers To Weigh In On Future Citi Bike Station Locations In Brooklyn, Queens
This graffiti hit at the 96th St. stop on the Q (2nd Avenue Subway) was discovered around 9 pm Sunday, according to a source. pic.twitter.com/3LNvnPjYki
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The painted cars were discovered Sunday night at the 96th Street station.
According to the non-profit media group The City, the taggers worked while train was parked overnight just off the platform.MORE NEWS: NYPD: Group Lighting Fireworks In Queens Attacked Man Walking Dog When He Complained About Noise
The incident is now raising concerns about security when subway cars are out of service.