Stolen custom-painted Scooby Doo Mystery Machine van found crashed into Minnesota home

Ruh Roh. Scooby Doo, where are you?

Police in St. Paul, Minn., are looking for two men who stole a “Mystery Machine” catering van after they found the stolen custom-painted vehicle crashed into the facade of a house, and abandoned.

Cops responded to a call around 3 a.m. Friday with reports that the groovy whip catering van had smashed through a chain-link fence and collided into a home a few miles from where it had been taken.

Police later tracked down the Scooby Doo van’s owner, who didn’t know his wheels had been stolen, but told cops it was locked and no one else had the keys to it, according to Twin Cities paper Pioneer Press.

The 911 caller told cops that they saw two men running away from the catering van wreckage.

Police dogs later sniffed out two men hiding out in a trailer parked in a garage near the scene of the crash, but didn’t make any arrests because they couldn’t immediately tie them to the theft.

Perhaps their investigation should lead them to California, where a woman led police on a high speed chase in another custom-painted “Mystery Machine” catering van.