Owner of stolen Jeep hunts it down

This is Jason Sharp’s Jeep after he retrieved it.

GOSHEN — Jason Sharp didn’t wake up Tuesday morning expecting to become a vigilante, but he became one after his Jeep was stolen and social media helped him track down the alleged perpetrator – eventually even drawing his weapon to face down the suspect.  

According to police, an explosion occurred about 7:40 a.m. before a detached garage caught on fire at 1107 Baker Ave., about a block from West Goshen Elementary School.

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