14 bottles of Armani fragrance among booty being sold by police on Milton Keynes eBay site
The sealed bottles are currently being fought over by 25 bidders as Thames Valley Police flog off more recovered items.
The force regularly use eBay to sell unclaimed items recovered from criminals, items used as evidence or lost property.
And - if you are a fan of designer brands, you won't be disappointed.
As well as the Armani goodies, also going under the virtual hammer are a Michael Kors watch, a Raleigh Caprice Women's Road Bike, a Garmin Edge Bike Computer, Lego sets, Bosch Athlet ProAnimal Vacuum Cleaner, the Phil Smith Hair Dryer & Dolce & Gabbana One Set and UGG Kristin Wedge boots.
And the good news is - designer bargain hunters - if you're successful, you can pick up your winning purchases from the MK station.
A poloice spokesman said: “Thames Valley Police has an eBay site to allow for the disposal of property that has come into our possession.
“Property comes to us from various locations across the force whether it be found property which is usually handed in at the front counters or by way of evidential property which is property seized during the course of an investigation.
“Evidential property is booked in and held in the Evidence Management Unit at the relevant station whilst the investigation is carried out. Once all enquiries are completed a decision is then made as to how best to handle the property.
“Where possible we always try to return property however there are times when this is not possible or appropriate or items are not collected. A decision is then made as to whether it is suitable destruction, donation or can go to auction.
“The funds raised by eBay go into the Police Property Act Fund and can be applied for, via the Chief Constable, for donation to charity."
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