A New York man set another man’s car alight following an argument over a stolen Scooby Doo stuffed animal.

23-year-old Jared Jeremias was one of four involved in the incident at the Saratoga County Fair in July of 2015.

It all began when 21-year-old Devin Chapman walked away from the concession stand with a $45 stuffed animal that he neither paid for nor won.

A firefighter witnessed what went down and got the stuffed toy back.

Police then identified Mr. Chapman and charged him with petty larceny, bu unfortunately, it didn’t end there.

When the aforementioned firefighter dropped the keys to his 2015 Subaru without realizing it, Chapman and three other males grabbed them.

After he was processed and released, the four returned to the fairgrounds, found the $28,000 vehicle, stole it, then set it on fire.

Chapman and Jeremias, as well as 22-year-old John Flewelling and 21-year-old Jon Goldsmith, were charged with third-degree grand larceny of a motor vehicle, and third-degree arson.

All four pleaded guilty to felony second-degree criminal mischief.

Jared was sentenced Tuesday in Saratoga County Court to six months in jail and five years of probation.