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Two GTA School Buses Were Taken On A Stolen Joy Ride & Abandoned In A Pond (VIDEO)

One of them was driven through a local baseball diamond.

In an interesting turn of events, it seems that someone has stolen two Ontario school buses, taken them for a joy ride, and then abandoned them in a pond in a Vaughan Park.

According to York Regional Police, officers were called to Marita Payne Park shortly after 7:00 am on Thursday, December 3.

There, they found two school buses abandoned, one in a pond and one in a creek. One of the school buses' motor was left running.

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The buses were stolen while parked overnight at Promenade Mall.

Before abandoning them in the park, one of the buses was driven through a local baseball diamond, causing damage to the property, police say.

Earlier this year, a British Columbia teen had a similar impulse.

After stealing a BC transit bus in Victoria, the nineteen-year-old boy ran the vehicle into a rock wall.

York Regional Police are asking anyone with information on the stolen buses to contact them, as the investigation remains ongoing.