Local residents have an opportunity to pick up a bargain at the Police Auction being held at the Kempsey Showground, 19 Sea St, December 15.
215 lots including new and used items will go under the hammer. There are no reserve prices which means the highest bidder takes ownership, and everything must go.
Among the many items for sale there are pushbikes, mountain bikes, jewellery, watches, tool boxes, vehicles and motorbikes.
The goods have landed in police hands for a variety of reasons. Some items were confiscated during searches and raids or forfeited because they were acquired using the proceeds of crime, and others are simply unclaimed lost and found.
A catalogue listing the auction items and their corresponding lot number will be available on Sunday morning.
Viewing commences at 9am with bidding to get underway at 10.30am.
Purchases can be made via cash or cheque only. There is no Eftpos.
To view the full gallery of items on offer, visit Auctions Easy Facebook page.
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