LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) – Northern Colorado cities and towns sold $800,000 worth of government vehicles and equipment during a public auction.

The annual auction Saturday included buses, motor graders, office furniture and items that police previously held as evidence. The local governments involved in the auction included Larimer and Weld counties, Loveland, Fort Collins, Greeley, Windsor and Severance.

Items for sale also included street sweepers, vans, buses, and pickups.

Buyers participated in the auction online or in person. The Loveland Reporter-Herald reported that some of the buyers planned to resell the items.

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  1. Agustin says:

    Mike,Hey, I met you at Bear Lake last week while waiting for the sun to rise. I was a bit oessappdintid with what we got that day but the following day we got some fantastic sunrise shots at Dream Lake anyway, I found your card and thought I would look you up and found these night shots. GREAT work. Love the night scenes.It was nice meeting you. Mellody