Some guy, who may still be on the loose, crashed his drone into a high-voltage wire earlier this week in Mountain View, resulting in “tens of thousands of dollars in damage and knocking out power to roughly 1,600 people for about two hours.” Rules for drone operation include not flying them near obstacles, but apparently, not everyone got the memo (or simply don’t care). The suspect reportedly has white hair, which is sure to narrow the hunt down… “The FAA has rules and regulations in place to prevent this exact type of incident from happening,” said Mountain View police spokeswoman Katie Nelson. “We simply ask that people comply with the rules and that they operate drones safely and sensibly.” The outage impacted City Hall and the library, the latter of which was evacuated out of an abundance of caution, police said. Power was restored to all 1,600 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers just after 11 p.m., but repairs were not completed until early Friday. “Drones are fun until someone flies one into high-voltage power lines, causing 1,600 people in my neighborhood to lose power,” Google software engineer Adrienne Porter Felt said in a tweet.