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Milford to auction abandoned bikes
“It’s a great opportunity for people to acquire a bike,” said Milford police Capt. Christopher Nervik.
“We usually have a varied array of bikes from really nice mountain bikes to bikes that someone — who can do a little work and fix it up — can make a great bike out of it,” Nervik said.
Many of the bicycles were the result of found or abandoned property and are all unclaimed. “They are all found property that we were not able to locate the owners. We have to keep the bikes a certain amount of time due to state statute, but we are way over that point on these bikes because we didn’t have the auction last year,” said Nervik.
email@example.comThe proceeds from the auction will go to the town’s general fund.
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