CHP investigating another possible attack on a tech bus in Los Altos

 
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FILE ART: An anonymous viewer sent this picture of a shattered Apple tech bus window to Mashable in January 2018.

 
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FILE ART: An anonymous viewer sent this picture of a shattered Apple tech bus window to Mashable in January 2018.

 
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FILE ART: An anonymous viewer sent this picture of a shattered Apple tech bus window to Mashable in January 2018.

- The California Highway Patrol is investigating another possible attack on a tech bus along the Peninsula. 

It appears as though someone is targeting unmarked tech buses along the Interstate Highway 280 corridor -- using some sort of projectile to shatter their windows.    

The latest potential attack was about 4:30 on Monday, about a mile south of Magdalena avenue in Los Altos.  

A charter bus traveling northbound had its window shattered -- thankfully no one on board was hurt.

Earlier this month, four Apple buses and one Google bus had their windows shattered, Mashable first reported. 

CHP investigators are still waiting to see this damaged bus.  

These tech buses are seen as symbols of gentrification -- and they've been the target of vandals in the past. Several years ago some buses had their tires slashed in San Francisco.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the vandalism was in Los Gatos.
 

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