"Breaking Bad" Script Stolen From Bryan Cranston's Car

Bryan Cranston's 911 call about his car being broken into was less about the car and more about the Breaking Bad season finale script that was stolen. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston called 911 to report a theft.

Cranston: “I need to report a breaking and entering into my automobile. They broke my passenger window.”
911 operator: “Let me have an officer give you a call. Can I get your name please, sir?”
Cranston: “It’s Bryan B-R-Y-A-N, Cranston, C-R-A-N-S-T-O-N.”

Cranston isn't reporting just any ordinary theft. He says a thief swiped a Breaking Bad script from his car along with an iPad.

This is the last season of the Emmy-winner cable series which is taped in New Mexico.

Now, Cranston is worried that if the script leaks it could ruin the final season.

Co-star Charles Baker actually tweeted this public plea to the thief: "Please don't ruin my show!!!!”

Suspect Xavier McAfee was arrested for the break-in and has pled not guilty. 

Unfortunately, the script has not been recovered.