Bryan Cranston is a very calm man when the you-know-what hits the fan.
E! News has obtained the Breaking Bad actor's 911 call from December when his car was broken into—and the show script was stolen—in New Mexico, and regardless of the fact that the passenger seat window was bashed in and his stuff was gone, Cranston was very cool and collected.
At least, that's how it seemed over the phone.
"I need to report a breaking and entering into my automobile," he told the dispatcher, and then informed them that the incident occurred in Sandia Crest "way up top of the hill...it happened an hour ago."
He added, "They broke my passenger window, and I'm on my way to Albuquerque Audi to turn it in," before asking if a police officer could meet him there and gave the dispatcher his information.
Luckily, E! News confirmed earlier today that police in Bernalillo County, N.M., took 29-year-old Xavier McAfee into custody on Friday on suspicion of one felony count of burglary.
McAfee is accused of breaking into the actor's Audi last December and swiping a brown shoulder bag containing personal property, an iPad and a the TV script.
The bad news? The stolen Breaking Bad script has yet to be found (which means spoilers are sure to hit the Internet soon).
"We received info from a confidential informant that he knew of an individual having a script from Breaking Bad and wanted to know if anyone wanted to buy an iPad," Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department spokesman Aaron Williamson told E! News.
And as far as the info released about the show, Williamson says, "We don't know if it was one scene or the whole season, but I know they are trying to keep tight wraps on this final season and how it is going to end."