It seems no one is safe from car thieves these days. Not vampires, not dancers -- not even Walter White.

'Breaking Bad' villain Bryan Cranston was shooting in Albuquerque earlier this month when a bag containing an iPad and a script for one of the show's final episodes was lifted from his ride.

Skylar is going to be pissed.

KOAT reports that the script -- which is worth way more than blue meth to fans of the show -- was nabbed while the actor was parked at Sandia Crest.

After Cranston's assistant got a tip that someone was at a bar bragging about the heist, police arrested 29-year-old Xavier McAfee, who disclaimed all knowledge and said, "I don't even know what they're talking about. I work for a living. I do tile for a living."

Sony Pictures isn't talking, but the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office said the script hasn't turned up yet and the investigation is ongoing.

We think they might have better luck if they allow Cranston to don his pork pie hat and let the erstwhile Walter pay Mr. McAffe a little visit.