Police set up a bid on the side
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.
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