Walked outside to drive to the store today and found an empty bag of Oreos on the inside hatch cover. Immediately made me start inspecting. Look inside, the car is trashed; literally, just full of random trash, some of which isn't mine (there's a sturdy ceramic Starbucks mug for example... I don't own one). The front center console has all its drink holder sections ripped out and they're on the floor. Everything from my glove compartment is... oddly, sitting in a nice pile on the passenger seat. But nothing appears to have been taken; two pairs of sunglasses that were in the glove compartment are simply on the floor, registration is still there, iPhone cable is still plugged into a USB port. And, best of all, the electronic drums I loaded in the car previously, filling the entire hatch area under the cover, were all there, untouched. Aside from wondering what in the world happened, I'm also wondering how. I park behind my house in a parking lot, it's a good 20-25 feet away, so I can't imagine the key fob works from that distance (and if so, that's a problem!). The handles shouldn't have presented themselves if someone walked up to the car and it would be really strange for them to randomly start poking the door handles when my fob happened to be at that end of the house. No glass is broken, no pry marks. Is there any way to get a log of when the car wakes up? When the doors opened I assume the car logs this somewhere since all systems power up. I'm just starting to run out of theories that make sense, maybe if I knew when I could have a neighbor or nearby business peek at camera footage.