The Federal Bureau of investigation is stumped, and it’s seeking the public’s assistance in nabbing those responsible for severing fiber-optic cable throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
In one of the latest incidents, happening in the Oakland suburb of Walnut Creek, cable responsible for landline and wireless AT&T customers was severed on June 9. AT&T is offering a $1,000 reward for info leading to the conviction of those responsible. At least 10 incidents, beginning last July in Berkeley, have knocked out various California telecom services.
Here are the dates and locations, according to the FBI:
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