Jaromir Jagr is on a mission to find his stolen bobbleheads.

Hours after the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that their shipment of Jagr bobbleheads went missing and would not be delivered in time for the Penguins game against the San Jose Sharks on Thursday, who took charge but the man himself.

The Penguins legend and future Hall of Famer was in a car with one of the bobbleheads in the passenger seat

"Buckle up, baby. Let's go find your friends!" Jagr said.

Jagr also posted on Instagram, vowing to find the missing bobbleheads.

"The FBI is already working on it and I decided to help find them. The characters will be back," he said.

If Jagr is as good of a detective as he is player, the bobbleheads should turn up in no time.  And he brought the Penguins some good luck, as he was in attendance when they defeated the Sharks, 6-3.

Jagr had his No. 68 jersey retired by the Penguins on Feb. 18. He is fourth in Penguins history with 1,079 points (439 goals, 640 assists) in 806-regular-season games and helped them win the Stanley Cup twice (1991, 1992). He played the first 11 of his 24 NHL seasons with the Penguins, winning the Hart Trophy as the League’s most valuable player in 1998-99 and the Art Ross Trophy for leading the League in points five times (1994-95, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01).

He is second in NHL history with 1,921 points (766 goals, 1,155 assists) in 1,733 regular-season games, and at 52 years old, is still playing for Kladno, his team he owns in the Extraliga, the top professional league in Czechia.

Upon seeing the news of the stolen merchandise, Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty replied to the tweet with a meme from the show "Game of Thrones" that read in part "I want her to know it was me."

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