ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico – Actor Aaron Paul, who stars on the Emmy Award-winning AMC drama “Breaking Bad,” tweeted about the crime in Albuquerque after his home was burglarized twice in one week, according to the Associated Press.
The 32-year-old actor tweeted that his New Mexico home had been burglarized twice while shooting the hit series about a chemistry teacher and former student played by Paul, who become partners in crime.
Paul tweeted that his car and now his home had been hit by thieves.
According to a police report obtained by KOAT-TV (Albuquerque) Paul told police that a laptop computer, a pair of sunglasses and a digital voice recorder were stolen.
The Emmy Award-winning actor later tweeted that he loves “Albuquerque and the people. Just felt violated and super sad to lose personal items from my home.”
The tweets were later removed but on Wednesday, he tweeted to the station that he loves Albuquerque but hates the crime.
In 2008 Paul began playing Jesse Pinkman on AMC’s Breaking Bad. His character was originally planned to die in the show’s first season, but after seeing the chemistry between Paul and series star Bryan Cranston, show creator Vince Gilligan modified the script and saved the character.
Prior to Breaking Bad, Paul auditioned for the role of Francis, the eldest son of Cranston’s Malcolm in the Middle Character, which he lost to actor Christopher Kennedy Masterson.
“Breaking Bad” is scheduled to air the first half of its final episode in July with the other half airing next year, according to published reports