Bicycles, jewelry, tools, electronics such as GPS devices, compact discs, DVDs, cellphones, games, televisions, computers and many other items have been listed on www.bradleysheriff.com.
Bob Gault, media relations coordinator for the Sheriff’s Office, said he expected the auction, which is being conducted by Crye-Leike Auctions, will last several hours.
The sale begins at 10 a.m. and could last into the late afternoon.
More than 25 vehicles, including a Mercedes-Benz, an Audi and BMW are up for auction to the highest bidders.
Two car haulers, a tow truck and many other vehicles are also on the auction block.
“All items in the auction are ‘as is’ and will be sold to the highest bidder,” Gault said. “We will have surplus items, unclaimed property as well as seized property which will be up for auction. There is no minimum or reserve (the price stipulated as the lowest acceptable by the seller for an item sold at auction).”
No firearms will be sold during the auction, according to Gault.
Terms for the sale include cash, cashier’s checks, and personal and business checks the day of the sale, according to the auctioneer’s website.
For additional information, visit www.bradleysheriff.com.
A complete listing, including photos of vehicles for sale, is posted on the site.
The auction will be held at the BCSO Fleet Service Center, located on Blythe Avenue near the Bradley County Judicial Center.