Items from a disbanded police department in Pennsylvania will be auctioned June 15th A two-session auction featuring approximately 750 lots of items from the disbanded Berks-Lehigh Regional Police Department will be held on Saturday, June 15th, in Breinigsville, Pennsylvania.
firearms sales will be subject to state and federal regulations. Online bidding will not be available for firearms and ammunition lots. A FFL licensed dealer will be on site to facilitate same-day transfer.
The police cruisers are from model years 2003-2011. Only the unmarked cars will be sold to the public. The ambulance and a cargo trailer will also be part of session two. The computer equipment – which includes Panasonic Toughbooks – has been wiped clean of all police records prior to sale. PCs, printers and monitors will also be offered.
Cameras are plentiful and will include a Nikon D60 model with 18-55mm lens, an Olympus FE-360 digital camera, a Sony Mavica digital camera with 2.0 megapixel resolution, a Canon Power Shot G2 digital camera and others. There is also a Polaroid photo ID picture-taker used when children visited the police station as well as a Detecto height-weight scale, also for kids.
Items you aren’t likely to see at ordinary auctions include gas masks, a Shoei motorcycle helmet with built-in electronics communication system, M-2 tactical helmets, riot shields, emergency responder kits, Stinger road spike systems (strips laid across the road to induce tire blow-outs), emergency flares, handcuffs, leg irons and ASPs (tactical police batons).
Also sold will be speed timing units for traffic control, marijuana and narcotics testing devices, tactical vests, 15 Taser 26 weapons (with hard plastic and leather cases), two prisoner retainer leather belts, fingerprint ID cards, evidence bags and envelopes, crime scene tape, approximately 20 Motorola two-way radios, Haenni weigh scales and police officer leather accessory belts (for holding mace, ASP retractable batons, handcuffs, radios and more).
A 13 percent buyer’s premium will be applied to all purchases, with a 3 percent discount for cash or check. Session one requires payment by institutional check or credit card. Cash, personal check and personal credit cards will be accepted in session two.
The Renaissance Auction Group is located in Reading, Pa. The firm serves clients in the liquidation of tangible property, including antiques, collectibles, business inventories and commercial equipment, as well as real property dispositions of residential, historic, commercial and agricultural real estate. Benefit auction consultation and production services are also provided.
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