The actor, who shoots the popular TV drama in Albuquerque, fears he has been targeted in a theft scam after his house was broken into just days after his car was ransacked.
In series of Twitter.com posts, which have since been deleted, Paul wrote, ""First time was my car and this time around it was my house... I love Albuquerque and the people. Just felt violated and super sad to lose personal items from my home.""
Local news station KOAT-TV has obtained a copy of Paul's first police report, which was filed on 1 April (12), and the documents reveal the actor's laptop, sunglasses and digital voice recorder were all stolen.
No charges have yet been made.