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Someone Stole A 'Breaking Bad' Script Out Of Bryan Cranston's Car

Kirsten Acuna

Someone couldn't wait until the summer for the final eight episodes of "Breaking Bad."

Last December, a man broke into actor Bryan Cranston's car and stole a script for the hit AMC series. 

Monday, authorities in  Bernalillo County, N.M.  arrested 29-year-old Albuquerque native Xavier Macafee on suspicion of burglary. 

In addition to the script, an iPad, shoulder bag, and other personal items were stolen from Cranston's car. 

According to a spokesman for the sheriff's department, none of the items have been returned.

There are only eight episodes of the show left. 

That means, somewhere, there is a script, possibly for one of the final episodes of "Breaking Bad," waiting to hit the Internet.

E! News reports the crime doesn't appear to be a random act, not targeted at Cranston for his role on the series. 

As for how much of the script was stolen, it's unsure whether it was a few scenes or from an entire season. 

Now in its fifth and final season, Cranston plays a science teacher turned meth cook after learning he is diagnosed with cancer. 

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