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Popular Items We find that a lot of bikes appear at police auctions especially during the months of fine weather when more people commute to train stations or their place of work. Clothing also features highly at one of the key auction houses that we list - this is generally recovered from serial or one-off shoplifters and because of the quantities involved it makes more sense from a monetary point of view to dispose of the items at auction rather than re-unite it with the shops where it came from.
Macbook Air Sold at a police auction, this is most likely a recovered item of lost or stolen property. £28.00
Dyson Vacuum Sold at a liquidation sale, this is most likely stock from a retailer that has gone bust. £27.00
You can find a lot of lost and recovered goods for sale at police auctions. This is because when goods are handed in to the police, it is usually possible for the finder to have the goods back if they are not claimed within a certain period of time. However, if the police find goods, then they can be sold at the discretion of the Chief Constable. Often, the goods end up being auctioned.
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Police and Government Auctions UK contains website links, locations and telephone numbers of a range of auction houses that dispose of items on behalf of the police forces. Some even specialise in certain types of goods. For example, one of the companies listed holds two auctions per month for well maintained used police and various other emergency services vehicles. Here are some example bargains that have sold at police auctions:
Finding Police Auctions
About police-auctions.org.uk was set up in 2007 to bring together a range of information and resources relating to police and government auctions occurring in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Police and Government Auctions UK is a popular guide available as an e-book (PDF) which includes background information, useful advice, summaries of the types of goods available as well as lists of relevant auction houses for the following types of auctions and sales: Police Government Property Cars General Surplus Stock You also receive complimentary access to the members area where we maintain a current list of key auctions taking place in the near future. You will receive an email when additional content has recently been added to the members area.
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Macbook Air Sold at a police auction, this is most likely a recovered item of lost or stolen property. £28.00
Dyson Vacuum Sold at a liquidation sale, this is most likely stock from a retailer that has gone bust. £27.00
Police Auctions Police recovered lost property and seized items that cannot be reunited with their rightful owners.
You can find a lot of lost and recovered goods for sale at police auctions. This is because when goods are handed in to the police, it is usually possible for the finder to have the goods back if they are not claimed within a certain period of time. However, if the police find goods, then they can be sold at the discretion of the Chief Constable. Often, the goods end up being auctioned.
More About Police Auctions
Police and Government Auctions UK contains website links, locations and telephone numbers of a range of auction houses that dispose of items on behalf of the police forces. Some even specialise in certain types of goods. For example, one of the companies listed holds two auctions per month for well maintained used police and various other emergency services vehicles. Here are some example bargains that have sold at police auctions:
Finding Police Auctions
Popular Items We find that a lot of bikes appear at police auctions especially during the months of fine weather when more people commute to train stations or their place of work. Clothing also features highly at one of the key auction houses that we list - this is generally recovered from serial or one-off shoplifters and because of the quantities involved it makes more sense from a monetary point of view to dispose of the items at auction rather than re-unite it with the shops where it came from.
About police-auctions.org.uk was set up in 2007 to bring together a range of information and resources relating to police and government auctions occurring in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Help and Support contact@police-auctions.org.uk Or use our contact form here Website Terms of Use Privacy Policy
Police and Government Auctions UK is a popular guide available as an e-book (PDF) which includes background information, useful advice, summaries of the types of goods available as well as lists of relevant auction houses for the following types of auctions and sales: Police Government Property Cars General Surplus Stock You also receive complimentary access to the members area where we maintain a current list of key auctions taking place in the near future. You will receive an email when additional content has recently been added to the members area.
Access Police and Government Auctions
Download Now Download Now
Police and Government Auctions UK
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