Items Seized By TSA, CHP Up For Auction This Weekend
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Want to buy back the pocket knife or knitting needles you forgot to leave at home before your last flight? You’ll have the chance to do just that on Saturday.
The California Department of General Services is selling these items and surplus state property at auction on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the State Surplus Property Warehouse, according to a press release on Wednesday.
In addition to items seized by TSA and surplus state items like label makers, dry erase boards and a bevy of Pentium IV computers, items seized by CHP will also be up for sale. Many of the items will be sold in bulk (think bag full of scissors).
Bidders can review the property on Friday from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. and are required to pay a $100 cash deposit on the preview day or the auction day.
The Surplus Property Warehouse is at 1700 National Drive in Sacramento.
You can browse the full list of items here.