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Winnipeg police unclaimed goods auction goes online, but still has weird, wacky items

In this file photo, bargain hunters flood a Headingley auction house for the police unclaimed goods auction.
In this file photo, bargain hunters flood a Headingley auction house for the police unclaimed goods auction. Nikki Jhutti / Global News

In the market for a couple of rechargeable toothbrushes? What about a Luke Skywalker battle simulation helmet? Or two Batman belt buckles?

You can find all of these items and dozens more — from speakers to power tools to Winnipeg Jets jerseys — at this year’s Winnipeg police unclaimed goods auction.

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If you’ve taken part in the police auctions in past years, this one will be a little different. Police said it’ll be taking place entirely online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Interested buyers can visit the Associated Auto Auctions website any time between Friday and June 22 to make a bid.

Police said all items are sold ‘as-is’, haven’t been tested, and aren’t guaranteed.

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A full list of items going up for auction can be found on the city’s website.

Hundreds show up for annual unclaimed goods auction
Hundreds show up for annual unclaimed goods auction