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Suspect arrested for stealing ‘Breaking Bad’ script from Bryan Cranston’s car

By Allison Cordaro,

Executives of AMC’s hit drama, Breaking Bad, feared secrets about the final episodes would be leaked to the public after a burglar stole a copy of the script and an iPad from Bryan Cranston’s car. Fortunately, the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office arrested a suspect in the case.

According to ABC News, Cranston, or Walter White as he is known on the show, reported the theft on March 1 after someone broke into the passenger-side window and stole a messenger bag containing the script for the upcoming season of Breaking Bad as well as an iPad.

KRQE News reported that the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office arrested 29-year-old Xavier Macafee as the primary suspect in the case. Unfortunately, the stolen items have not been recovered.

Taryn Feingold, an employee of the Malcolm in the Middle star, received a confidential tip by an anonymous source who overheard Feingold bragging at a bar about how he broke into a car in the Sandia Mountain Range, where Cranston’s car was parked on December 20 when the burglary occurred. The criminal complaint also mentioned that Feingold was also seen showing “some type of laptop or iPad,” while “describing how he also had a script from the Breaking Bad series.”

The award-winning drama, which also stars Aaron Paul as Jesse, Walt's meth-making associate, is currently in its fifth and final season.

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