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Lost and recovered goods
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.
Finding Police Auctions
Police and Government Auction Sources UK contains web 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 a month for well maintained used police
Here are some example bargains that have sold at Police auctions:
Petrol Strimmer - Brighton - 3 bids, last bid at £13.50
Watch and Miscellaneous Jewellery - Gosport - 12 bids, last bid at £52.50
Hair Straighteners - Eastbourne - 4 bids, last bid at £8.50
Police Auction Sources
ACCESS POLICE AND GOVERNMENT AUCTIONS NOW
Police and Government Auction Sources UK is available as a PDF document that contains 40
pages of information and access to our members area, where you can access the websites,
telephone numbers and locations for auction establishments all over the UK that deal with
the items mentioned above. The auction sources are split into sections:
Police auctions | government auctions | property auctions | car aucions
We have recently added a new section - bankrupt and surplus stock - where you can find sources
allowing you to obtain end of line and surplus mail order stock as well as liquidated stock.