From the Daily News:
The case of the missing bus began just before 1 a.m. Sunday, when Greyhound's No. 6707 vehicle was stolen from a lot at 30th St. and 12th Ave. in Manhattan.
It wasn't seen again until 2:15 a.m.Wednesday, when a Peter Pan driver spotted it at 29th Ave. and Astoria Blvd. The batteries and keys were gone, a source said.
The bus went missing a second time when direction-challenged workers - who left to get mechanical help - forgot where it was.
"It sounds like [the workers] just went to the wrong spot," said a police source.
Residents, meanwhile, said the coach stood out "like a sore thumb" parked at the Q19 bus stop.
"It looked odd," said Tabi Tabssum, 40, who works nearby. "At first, I thought it stopped for a break, but then I did not see any passengers or driver."
Greyhound spokesman Timothy Stokes said the company was investigating.