NOVATO (KCBS)— A Golden Gate Transit bus has been found in Sonoma County Tuesday evening, after it was stolen from a facility in Novato.

According to Golden Gate Bridge District spokesperson Mary Currie, the bus went missing around 3:50 p.m. There were no passengers on board when the bus was stolen.

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“There were just two buses on the lot at our Novato facility,” Currie said. “We have a facility in San Rafael, Novato, and Santa Rosa. Our Novato facility is very small.”

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The bus was eventually recovered a short time later by Santa Rosa police and a suspect was taken into custody. Novato Police coordinated with other departments in tracking the coach.

The transit coach’s number is 1523.

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