Stolen goods ranging from garden strimmers to BMX bikes will be among the goods being auctioned off at a public auction held by Warwickshire Police.
The auctions are held twice a year around June and November in order to clear the large quantity of goods police accumulate during the course of their duties.
Items are sent for auction from Rugby, Bedworth, Leamington, Kenilworth, Nuneaton, Warwick, Southam, Stratford, Shipston, Wellesbourne, and Alcester.
Gold and silver jewellery features among the line up of saleable goods as well as baby clothing and all kinds of collectables.
Glyn Gardner, who helps coordinate the auction from within Warwickshire Police, said ideally the force aimed at reuniting all items with their rightful owners.
"In practice this isn't always possible because items are not always marked very well," he said.
The event will take place on Saturday at Philip Brothers Auction House on Bearley Road, Snitterfield. It is open for viewing from 9am, with the actual auction starting at 10am. Profits go to charity.