Heisenburgled: ‘Breaking Bad’ Script Stolen from Bryan Cranston’s Car

A script for Breaking Bad was stolen from Bryan Cranston's car

In an unlikely but surprisingly fitting turn of events, Bryan Cranston’s (Walter “Heisenberg” White of AMC’s Breaking Bad) car was burglarized. That’s not the end of it, though — the bag the thief stole from the car had Cranston’s iPad and a script from the upcoming season of the show in it.

According to KOAT, the burglary happened in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is where the show is set and filmed.

A man named Xavier McAfee has been apprehended as the culprit, but the script is still nowhere to be found. He was apparently found after Cranston’s assistant was reached by a confidential informant who overheard a conversation in the bar where a man was gloating over his possession of the script.

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