News Review
Police online auction of unclaimed property
Posted Date: 5/19/2014
The Longview Police Department will soon be auctioning unclaimed property through two venues next month. CTM Unlimited Auctions, LLC will receive 203 items that will be sold in person at their facility in Oakville, Washington, June 16, 2014.

Simultaneously, over 100 separate items will be sold on the Internet, pursuant to Washington State Law. The web site at www.propertyroom.com will be conducting the auction of Longview’s unclaimed property like it does for police departments across the nation.

A complete list of Longview’s auction items is available now at the Longview Police Department or viewable online on the City’s web site at http://mylongview.com/index.aspx?page=402. People who believe listed items belong to them must file a claim in writing to the Longview Police Department prior to June 2, 2014.

Interested persons may view the auction items and submit their bids by logging onto www.propertyroom.com on about June 25, 2014 or visiting the CTM facilities in Oakville on or after June 16, 2014; their website is http://www.ctmunlimitedauction.com/.

All online auction items are contained within specific categories. Simply click on a category and follow prompts for entering bids. Bidding for unclaimed properties provided by Longview will commence on approximately June 25 and will continue until the date indicated on the site.

Bidders are responsible for shipping and handling of online purchases, and all sales are final. The Longview Police Department makes no guarantee or warranty, expressed or implied, of any nature as to the condition of the goods offered for auction.

The Longview Police Department has been using online auction services since September 2003 and has submitted over 3,700 items.