The City of Shreveport, in conjunction with several other government agencies are currently conducting an online auction of surplus and confiscated items that is scheduled to end December 1st at 6:30PM CST.

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The auction includes a myriad of different items including a huge fleet of retired police street-cruisers, various administrative vehicles, SUV's, a fire truck, pick up trucks, a garbage truck, and even an old ambulance.

The auction is being conducted through Lawler Auctions in north Shreveport and is open to the public.  According to a statement released by Lawler Auctions the public can inspect items before bidding, but you must pre-register in order to bid.

This will be an auction open to the public and prospective buyers will have a chance to inspect and preview the items up for bid on Thursday between the hours of 1pm and 5pm at the Lawler Auction Facility, located at 7781 Highway 1 North, Shreveport, Louisiana.  All bidders must pre-register and get approved to bid prior to 5:00pm on Thursday.  Bidders must submit a signed bidder agreement, a copy of their driver’s license or government issued photo identification card, and proof of funds.  Once the Bidder registers online, they will be required to put in a credit card or debit card with a $200 authorization hold that will act as a deposit.  If the bidder is not successful on any bids or if they pay in cash by 11:00am on Friday for any successful bids, that $200 will be refunded back to the card on file.  Lawler Auctions

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