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County Prepares to Auction Hundreds of Items

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LAS VEGAS - Clark County is looking to make money and offer you great deals at its annual Government Surplus Auction.

The first auction of the year happens this weekend. Potential bidders on Wednesday can begin reviewing the items up for bid.

There are great deals to be had with these auctions, the first of which takes place Saturday, March 1.

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The items will be on display at the auction site at 4320 Stephanie Street.

More than 150 vehicles will be up for grabs, including sedans, trucks, SUVs and motorcycles. The vehicles are previously owned. Government agencies, such as Metro Police, the Clark County School District, the City of Henderson and City of North Las Vegas used the vehicles.

In addition to vehicles, 500 miscellaneous items are also up for auction. The items range from office furniture to valuables left behind at McCarran International Airport such as jewelry, laptops and smart phones.

Money made at the auction goes back to the agencies that donated the items. Last year, the auction brought nearly $4.5 million.

Wednesday's preview event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 4320 Stephanie Street. The auction takes place Saturday, March 1 at 9 a.m. at the same location.

There is no cost to attend, but you have to register and come with a valid ID.

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