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Shop that legally sells STOLEN goods

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http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/shop-lets-you-save-hundreds-9195194

 

This week a shop opened offering people the chance to pick up a range of high-value items at massively reduced prices

 

There's a Mulberry Bayswater black handbag going for £250; Rayban sunglasses for £40, Bose headphones for £40 and an Apple MacBook Air for £400.

 

How can they sell them so cheaply? They're all stolen.

 

The good news is that - for once - that doesn't mean you can't buy them legally.

 

That's because The Stolen Goods Shop has been set up specifically to sell goods recovered from police auctions.

 

 

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