Winnipeg cops to sell unclaimed goods to highest bidder in upcoming auction

Are you on the lookout for a pirate-themed toolbox (tools not included), a broken toy vending machine, or a three-panel canvas painting by an unknown artist?

If so, you’re in luck, as these weird and wacky items are all part of the Winnipeg Police Service’s upcoming unclaimed goods auction.

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The auction, which also includes more standard items like musical instruments, tools, sporting equipment, and more, is set to be held exclusively online March 11-18, via Associated Auto Auction.

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Police are cautioning would-be bidders that everything up for auction is in an “as-is” condition, none of it has been tested, and all sales are final.

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