NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Vandals covered an entire subway train with graffiti in Brooklyn.

Vandals covered an entire subway train with graffiti in Brooklyn. (Credit: Instagram user Sosabk718)

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Social media has been buzzing about it since the eight cars on the J-M-Z line were spray-painted in Bushwick sometime on Sunday.

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“NYC Transit personnel discovered this vandalism – which put an entire train out of service and will cost thousands of dollars to restore – on the morning of Dec. 15 and are fully cooperating with the NYPD which is leading a criminal investigation into the matter,” the MTA said in a statement.

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This year alone, the MTA has spent tens of thousands of dollars to clean graffiti off trains.