27 Jan '11, 11am

Diamond rings for under $500

A DIGITAL camera for $30. Laptops for $400. Rolex and Omega watches for $500. These are among the thousands of great bargains you can find�at the Singapore Police Force public auction. Held once every 3 to 4 months, the auction is open to the public and attracts businessmen, retirees, bargain hunters and other buyers. The goods are priced cheaply because they include confiscated�items from theft, credit card fraud and cross-border smuggling cases, as well as lost items turned over by the public and old police equipment. The 5,000 items sold on Wednesday included diamonds, designer handbags and even cars.

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