Stolen Goods Up for Legal Auction!

December 10, 2008 by Administrator 


CBS News is offering a new tip for how San Diego shoppers can save money this holiday season…buy stolen property! Some people are turning to giving hot gifts (as in stolen property from the police). But not to worry; it’s perfectly legal. A bonanza of fenced goods is now available at–an online auction site where you can buy stolen goods without someone calling 911 on you. was started by a former police detective in Long Island, New York. The site auctions off items seized by more than 1,500 police departments across the country after their hold period ends, which is usually 90 days.

Have you ever wondered where stolen gold jewelry and Rolexes wind up if they’re not recovered by their rightful owner? Well, now you know. You can by diamond rings, watches, pearl necklaces, and more bling at Also on the block are designer sunglasses, designer handbags, mountainbikes, art work, computers, and coin collections (some of which dates back centuries).


Another good place to look for auction items is Michigan’s MiBid. No worry for San Diego residents since you can bid online! Read an article about their auctions at: Unique Items Available at MiBid.

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