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Vancouver police set to auction bikes, TVs, gold, and toothpaste

Today the public gets the chance to preview what's on offer at the Vancouver police auction this weekend, which includes recovered bikes, gold, TVs, tools and toothpaste.

Public preview today for annual auction of recovered goods that starts 9 a.m. PT Saturday

More than 400 bicycles will be auctioned this weekend at the annual Vancouver police recovered goods auction. The public can preview what's for sale April 30 and May 1. (Able Auctions)

The public can preview more than 400 bicycles this week and many other recovered goods that will go on sale at the annual Vancouver police recovered goods auction this weekend.

As usual, the auction includes an eclectic array of goods, such as gold, jewelry, mandolins, skateboards, TVs, razor blades, toothpaste and stamp collections.

No one can bid until Saturday, when the auction starts at 9 a.m. PT at Able Auctions in Vancouver. There is no online bidding.

The preview is free, but it costs $10 to register for the actual auction, and photo ID is required.

Video tour of recovered goods on sale


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