I found a titleless document floating the around the Internet that has this in it:
Misconceptions arise following the grammatical connotations; and hence, the wrong views. This is shown in Kathā Vatthu and in the Anurādha Sutta in Khandhāvagga Saṃyutta Pāḷi Text.
“Anurādha! What do you think: is rūpa a being?”
“Rūpa is not a being, Sir.”
“Is vedanā a being? Is saññā a being? Is viññāṇa a being?”
“No, Sir. They are not beings.”
This catechism shows that there is none whom we can call an individual or a being whether in relation to his five kahndhās or not. In the Sutta, Buddha declared that his teaching were concerned with dukkha, suffering, and liberation from dukkha, caused by the five khandhās, and that he did not preach the eternal existence of puggala, satta or atta.
Which sutta is that?