Looking for a bicycle for yourself or your child? On Saturday, October 12, the Mobile Police Department Auction may be the place to be.
In addition to bicycles, police officials said lawn mowers and other equipment will be up for auction Saturday morning.
Older model televisions and other electronic equipment will also be up for auction. The items were confiscated by police investigators during arrests and nobody came forward to claim their stolen property.
Registration begins at 7 a.m. and cash will be the only form of payment.
The actual bidding starts at 8 a.m., said officials. All items will be sold to the highest bidder and all sales are final.
The event will be held in the back parking lot of the Mobile Police Department Headquarters at 2460 Government Boulevard in Mobile.
For more information, call 251 208 1890.
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