A subway rider in Manhattan tweeted that he found a swastika that appears to be written in marker on the B train today, the latest in a series of incidents where the symbol has been seen around New York City.

Twitter user Greg Scott shared his find, which he said he came across on an uptown B train this morning. The NYCT told Scott via Twitter that "the proper supervision" and the NYPD Transit Bureau had been informed of the swastika:

In an email, MTA spokesperson Beth DeFalco tells us, "The train was located as soon as we were made aware and pulled from service this morning."

The B train swastika follows the discovery of swastikas drawn on doors at dorms at the New School, one carved into an elevator in State Senator Brad Hoylman's West Village apartment and one painted on a sidewalk in Crown Heights.

Responding to this and other hate speech around the state, Governor Cuomo issued a statement this afternoon:

“Hate crimes have spiked across the country and this state has not been spared. Last night, fliers glorifying the KKK were found distributed on cars in Patchogue. This morning, a swastika was discovered on the B train in Manhattan. These are just the latest incidents. My administration has launched a number of investigations into hate crimes targeting minorities and immigrants.

“I call on all public officials, of all parties, and indeed, all people everywhere, to denounce and repudiate these expressions, and to pledge to punish to the full extent of the law anyone engaged in such acts. To remain silent is to engage in a dangerous new permissiveness that threatens our American way."

The NYPD reported that incidences of hate crimes had risen 31.5% year-to-date through November 13th, with 328 committed compared to 250 through November 13th in 2015.