Subway Train Taken Out of Service After Swastika Found on Seat: MTA

A subway train was taken out of service in Manhattan Wednesday after someone reported a swastika scrawled in marker on a seat, the MTA said. 

The Q train was on the Upper East Side when a passenger told police officers about the swastika.

The MTA said the train was immediately taken out of service, which is routine in such situations to facilitate the investigation.

There are no suspects at this time. 

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