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'Breaking Bad' script stolen from Bryan Cranston's car

"Breaking Bad’s" tightly guarded secrets could come to light before the series returns this summer. Star Bryan Cranston reported a theft on March 1, alleging that someone broke his car window and snatched a shoulder bag containing an iPad and his "Breaking Bad" script, according to Albuquerque’s ABC affiliate, KOAT-TV.Photos from THR: 'Breaking Bad' principals strike a pose for THRCourt d
Bryan Cranston as Walter White on "Breaking Bad."
Bryan Cranston as Walter White on "Breaking Bad."Ursula Coyote / AMC / Today

"Breaking Bad’s" tightly guarded secrets could come to light before the series returns this summer. 

Star Bryan Cranston reported a theft on March 1, alleging that someone broke his car window and snatched a shoulder bag containing an iPad and his "Breaking Bad" script, according to Albuquerque’s ABC affiliate, KOAT-TV.

Photos from THR: 'Breaking Bad' principals strike a pose for THR

Court documents obtained by ABCNews.com reveal that one of Cranston’s employees, Taryn Feingold, was contacted by a confidential informant, who reportedly overheard a man at a local bar boasting about how he broke into a vehicle in the Sandia Mountain Range. He then reportedly showed his company “some type of laptop or iPad,” according to the complaint, while “describing how he also had a script from the 'Breaking Bad' series.”

On Saturday, the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office arrested suspect Xavier McAfee for burglary, the complaint states.

Photos from THR: Cooking up season 5 on set with Cranston and Vince Gilligan

The hit AMC series is currently wrapping up its final season with eight episodes remaining. Cranston, 57, plays high-school chemistry teacher Walter White, who becomes entangled in the world of meth dealing after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. A date has not yet been set for its return.

A rep for Cranston did not immediately return The Hollywood Reporter's request for comment.

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