SAPS to hold unclaimed items auction next week

2016-06-09 06:00

PORT Shepstone police station will be holding a public auction of
unclaimed goods and boarded
state property on Wednesday 15 June.

Police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Zandra Wiid said the auction will be at the Port Shepstone vehicle safeguarding unit on Izotsha Road, in Marburg opposite the Coca-Cola intersection.

Viewing of items will start at 9am. The auction starts at 9.30am.

A R200 refundable deposit is required for all television sets and a TV licence must be produced.

For more information, contact Sherwin Pillay on 039 688 1364 or Sid Naidoo on 039 688 1289.

- Supplied.

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