Po­lice set up a bid on the side

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AN EBAY site has been set up by po­lice to flog crim­i­nals’ ill-got­ten bling.

The page, run by Hert­ford­shire Po­lice, ini­tally sold golf clubs, de­signer clothes and jew­ellery all seized from crim­i­nals un­der the Pro­ceeds of Crime Act.

But it was so suc­cess­ful that more goods, in­clud­ing Louis Vuit­ton and Prada cloth­ing, Xboxes, flat screen TVS and Rolex watches will be put up for auc­tion.

A spokesman for the force said that the money gen­er­ated from the sale of the as­sets would go in com­pen­sa­tion to vic­tims of crime, as well as help­ing fund crime­fight­ing ini­tia­tives in the county and be­yond.

Si­mon Hill, fi­nan­cial in­ves­ti­ga­tion man­ager, said: “We have al­ready sold 15 items since we joined Ebay in Oc­to­ber.” THEY say pink will make the boys wink – but Ri­hanna fans will be PANT­ING af­ter she flashed her girly coloured smalls.

The sexy star­let – who is no stranger to show­ing off her fab flesh – gave on­look­ers a glimpse of her pink knick­ers as she got out of a car in May­fair, Lon­don.

The singer, 22, has been cel­e­brat­ing af­ter pass­ing the mil­lion sales mark for her sin­gle

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