Police are investigating object thrown at Cambridge bus
The window of a bus touring on Hills Street in Cambridge was smashed when an object was thrown at it.
Bus operator Whippet Coaches is asking on anybody with info to come back ahead “earlier than anybody is significantly injured or killed”.
The incident happened on Saturday March 13 at round 4 p.m. No passengers have been on board on the time and nobody was injured.
An announcement from Whippet Coaches posted on social media mentioned: “As soon as once more over the weekend we discovered ourselves subjected to yet one more stone-throwing incident on the guideway, leading to a damaged window, although. anybody has any info, please contact Cambridgeshire Police, ref. 21 earlier than anybody was significantly injured or killed. Thanks.”
A spokeswoman for Cambridgeshire Police mentioned: ‘We have now acquired a report of legal injury to a bus in Cambridge.
“It was reported that round 4 pm on Saturday (March 13), a gaggle of boys on bicycles threw a rock and smashed a window on the bus because it traveled alongside Hills Street.
“No passengers have been on board on the time and nobody was injured.
“No arrests have been made.
“Anybody with info ought to contact us by way of net chat or 101 quoting 35/14716/21.”
Two years in the past – in November 2019 – the home windows of 4 buses on the Cambridgeshire Guided Railway have been smashed when objects have been thrown at them, leaving passengers to bathe in glass.
Nobody was harm, however the passengers have been shocked when the glass shattered round them.
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