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Calif. police driving decoy bus to catch tech shuttle shooter

Posted on March 5, 2018

In response to the incidents, the companies have begun rerouting the buses, which travel along the I-280 corridor that connects San Francisco to cities down the peninsula, like Santa Clara and Cupertino, where Apple’s headquarters is based.
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In response to the incidents, the companies have begun rerouting the buses, which travel along the I-280 corridor that connects San Francisco to cities down the peninsula, like Santa Clara and Cupertino, where Apple’s headquarters is based.
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SAN FRANCISCO — Slate reports that after Apple and Google employee charter buses in the San Francisco Bay area have reportedly been shot at 20 times, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) has started driving a decoy bus that police hope will lure the shooter.

CHP officials believed the suspect has been shooting a BB gun from another vehicle, which has resulted in damaged windows and dented exteriors. The CHP is getting help from the FBI, and a $10,000 reward has been offered for information that may help lead to the arrest of those responsible.

In response to the incidents, the companies have begun rerouting the buses, which travel along the I-280 corridor that connects San Francisco to cities down the peninsula, like Santa Clara and Cupertino, where Apple’s headquarters is based. For the full story, click here.

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