The stolen Knox County School bus has been taken to the Knoxville Police impound lot. (Source: Kyle Grainger, WVLT)
KNOXVILLE, Tenn (WVLT) - A Knoxville school bus is found after being stolen from a lot overnight.
It was found in Anderson County just before 11 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Bus 117 vanished from the Prosser Road bus lot.
It's not clear exactly what time someone drove off with it. Knoxville police are looking into what happened.
"They checked typical locations you think people would take a bus to for a joyride. but we had all of our officers out looking for that vehicle," said Knoxville Police Department's Spokesperson Darrell DeBusk. "We were able to talk to a couple of individuals with Anderson County's help this morning, in Anderson County, and the investigation is moving forward very quickly at this point."
The school bus has been taken to the Knoxville Police Department impound lot for more investigation.
Police aren't releasing any leads or suspects at this time.
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