Police Departments & Municipalities to Auction Off Seized and Stolen Items through PropertyRoom.com

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From August through September, twenty-one (21) Municipalities and Police Departments chose to partner with PropertyRoom.com to auction off their unclaimed stolen, seized or surplus assets and goods. PropertyRoom.com is an online auction site offering “$1 No Reserve” online auctions; bringing more deals to the community and generating income for their partners.

City of Tempe

Norwood Police Dept.

City of Hopkinsville

Aspen Police Dept.

Rogers Police Dept.
Washington County Sheriff’s Office

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office

Morrow Police Dept.

West Allis Police Dept.

Grand Forks Police Dept.

Marion Police Dept.

Concord Police Dept.
City of La Mesa

Grants Pass Police Dept.

Calvert County Detention Center

Valencia Community College

Goods available cover a wide range, varying from collectible coins and smartphones to handbags and vehicles, with more in between. The website also regularly auctions surplus municipal cars, trucks and heavy equipment as well as seized vehicles, with all assets open to public bidding nationwide.

Andrew J. Nash, CEO of PropertyRoom.com explains, “At PropertyRoom.com, we strive to provide the best service solutions for our clients. We are very excited to welcome our new clients, and look forward to working together with them.”

About PropertyRoom.com
PropertyRoom.com makes it remarkably easy for our 3,000+ clients to manage and sell surplus assets. We streamline the entire auction process on a client’s behalf and deliver to the winning bidder. There is always a unique deal to be found, with hundreds of new auction listings added daily. Top categories include jewelry, watches, collectible coins and consumer electronics along with cars, trucks, heavy equipment, and firearms through a partner website, eGunner.com. Working with law enforcement agencies, municipal surplus departments, state/county fleet programs, airports and even museums, PropertyRoom.com has generated and distributed millions of dollars to local communities nationwide.

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Sarah Thompson

Sarah Thompson

Sarah is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing. Before joining Daily Telescope she worked as a staff writer at Fast Company and spent two years as a foreign correspondent in Turkey. Her work has been published in Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Vice News, Motherboard, and many other outlets.
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