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Winnipeg police auction selling guitars, shoes and toys to highest bidder

The auction includes more than 170 items. (Source: Associated Auto Auction Ltd.) The auction includes more than 170 items. (Source: Associated Auto Auction Ltd.)
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From a gumball machine, to a stroller, and an array of guitars, the Winnipeg Police Service’s online auction offers a wide variety of items.

The annual Unclaimed Goods Auction takes place from March 11 to 18, and gives people a chance to buy unwanted items left behind from criminal investigations.

Associated Auto Auction Ltd. is hosting the auction, which includes over 170 items.

This year’s selection offers a wide range of items, including a stroller, scooters, a pressure washer and a sledgehammer. There are also some kid-friendly items, including Hot Wheels, a gumball machine and some stuffed toys. A full list of the items can be found online. 

All unclaimed goods are sold as is, without being tested or guaranteed.

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