California Highway Patrol is investigating an attack on another charter bus on Monday.
Around 4:35 p.m. Monday, officers from the Redwood City station received a report of another charter bus with a shattered window. A reporting party or victim has not yet been identified and CHP began transferring the case to its Golden Gate office on Tuesday, says Officer John Fransen.
At least five buses carrying Apple and Google employees experienced attacks earlier this month on Interstate 280 near Highway 84 in Redwood City. The type of weapon is still in question, but pellet guns are suspected by some.
There were no reported injuries.
Buses chartered by tech companies became a symbol of anger toward gentrification sweeping the city, with 2013 protests and damages to buses culminating in the city approving a program for the commuter shuttles.