Computers, photographs and proprietary information were stolen from the production office of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, according to Variety.

A spokesman for director Steven Spielberg confirmed the theft but could not comment on when or where the alleged crime occurred because "a law enforcement investigation is ongoing."

IESB.net reports that:

Over 2000 production stills, plenty of sensitive paperwork including a complete production budget breakdown, possibly the script from Indiana Jones 4 and multiple computers were stolen from Spielberg's Universal Studio office.

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The thief started contacting multiple entertainment websites including TMZ.com and offering the stolen goods for a sum of $2000.00.

The site goes on to say that the alleged thief was apprehended today at the Standard Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. around 4:00pm PST and was in possession of the stolen property.

The security breach comes a week after the confidentiality breach when movie extra Tyler Nelson revealed plot details during an interview with his hometown newspaper, Oklahoma's Edmond Sun. That story was removed from the newspaper's website.

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