Agencies Sign On With PropertyRoom.com

July 22, 2020 — PropertyRoom.com announced that the Bexar County (Texas) Sheriff's Office and the Boston Police Department have signed on to utilize the company's online auction services to auction off unclaimed stolen, seized, or surplus assets and goods.

PropertyRoom.com works with over 4,100 law enforcement agencies and municipalities nationwide to help auction their seized, stolen, abandoned and surplus goods. They offer “$1, No Reserve” online auctions to bring deals to the community and generating income for their law enforcement and municipal partners.

Boston Police Department

According to PropertyRoom.com, Boston Police Department has a large amount of items in their property and evidence room that will go up for auction on PropertyRoom.com. PropertyRoom.com auctions items from other clients 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.

Bexar County Sheriff's Office

PropertyRoom.com stated in a press release that Bexar County Sheriff’s Office has items in their property and evidence room that will go up for auction on PropertyRoom.com. In addition, any firearms will be offered for auction through PropertyRoom.com’s Federal Firearms Licensed (FFL) partner, BudsGunsShop.com, on their auction website eGunner.com, a division of BudsGunShop.com. PropertyRoom.com auctions items from other clients 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.

 
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