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Tokyo: Graffiti found on Chiyoda Line train

TOKYO (TR) – Tokyo Metropolitan Police launched an investigation after the discovery of graffiti on the side of a Tokyo Metro Co. subway car in Shibuya Ward early Monday, reports TBS News (Jan. 6).

At around 2:30 a.m., a security guard noticed the paint — 1 meter tall and 5 meters wide — on the side of the Chiyoda Line train, which was stopped near Yoyogi Uehara Station.

The paint included the text “FENS” and “RIZA.”

Graffiti was discovered on a Chiyoda Line car in Shibuya Ward early Monday (Twitter)

At the time of the discovery, the guard also observed several men behaving suspiciously. After the guard issued a warning to them, they fled, according to police.

Police are searching for the men on suspicion of causing property damage.