Have you ever wanted to buy power tools from law enforcement? Right now, you can! A Winnipeg police auction is taking place and there are some wild items to choose from. Everything from power tools to wedding dresses is up for grabs.\nThe unclaimed goods auction is open today and running until July 28. You can see everything that's available at Associated Auto Auction.\nThe Winnipeg Police provide a disclaimer on their website that everything they sell comes as is, so don't be disappointed if whatever you buy isn't up to standards. If you didn't want to gamble, though, you'd just buy it brand new.\nEditor's Choice: Calgary Is Getting A Floating Cinema & You Watch From Your Own Social Distance Boat\nWith that in mind, there are a wide variety of items to choose from. If you've ever wanted to get a portable DVD player or a concrete saw, you're in luck.\nIf you're looking to bulk up your movie collection for cheap, you can also pick up a bundle of titles for cheap, including Wonder Woman, The Last Jedi, and Incredibles 2.\nThere are also some packages that include video games, although the titles are a pretty mixed bag.\nWPS will be holding an Online Unclaimed Goods Auction through Associated Auto Auction. The Online Auction will run from July 17 to July 28, 2020. List of items up for auction:https://t.co/uZQkaC0dDx— Winnipeg Police (@wpgpolice) July 17, 2020\nThe auction also features some pretty sweet sneakers on sale, but the selection is fairly small, and you can't ask for the ones you want in your size.\nEven though most people prefer to just check the time on their phones, there are also a whole bunch of watches for sale, many of which are still waiting for their first bid.\nBelieve it or not, there are also a couple of wedding dresses thrown into the mix. Neither of them has any bids yet, so you might be able to grab one for a fiver.\nReally though, this online auction is a handyman's dream, with tons of power tools, hatchets, and ladders available.\nThe only downside to an online auction is that you don't get to listen to an auctioneer who can talk really fast, which is always a big draw.