Q: is it possible for some one else to have the key to start my ignition

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I parked facing forward. When I got out of work my Jeep was in the same parking spot but it was parked crooked and on reverse!! Scary I don't have spares. I had my key in my pocket the whole time. Could some one have a key to steal it! Obvious should I switch ignition?

My car has 45000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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