Art at secret subway station catches NYPD's attention

November 12, 2010 4:29:17 AM PST
A secret subway art installation is attracting a lot of attention, and that has the NYPD cracking down.

The New York Times reports that police have made 20 arrests so far at an abandoned station in Brooklyn.

The newspaper says police are arresting graffiti artists, as well as fans who want to see the art.

Despite the crackdown, the Transit Authority says it has no plans to paint over the artwork, but it will remain off-limits to the public.

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