$10K Reward Offered to Catch Tech Bus Vandal

At least six tech buses were attacked earlier this year in what California Highway Patrol called "BB gun freeway strikes."

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The tech bus vandal is evidently still at large, prompting a transportation company to offer a $10,000 reward for information on the attacks earlier this year.

The offer comes from Storer Coachways more than one month after attacks on tech buses in the South Bay began in January, California Highway Patrol announced Tuesday. At least six unmarked buses transporting workers from Apple, Inc and Google experienced attacks on Interstate 280 near Highway 84 in Redwood City.

There were no reported injuries.

Though CHP officials previously wouldn’t conclude that a BB gun was used to shatter or damage window, it said the reward would be granted if it led to the arrest of the person responsible for “recent BB gun freeway strikes.”

Information can be reported anonymously to CHP at 1-800-835-5247.


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