WATCH | We found credit cards, weapons and some pretty bizarre stuff in cars being auctioned off by the federal government
Knives, batons and credit cards left in government cars
As part of the Circa investigation into recalled cars being sold by the federal government, we found some unexpected items as we checked out vehicles during the public inspection period before auctions. We discovered everything from valid government credit cards to weapons. There were also CDs, ticket books and even pictures of peoples' friends and family left behind.
Handcuffs were even left behind!
Check out this photo gallery of strange items we found inside cars being auctioned off to the public
Circa showed Rep. Mark Meadows the items we found left behind in government cars. He's planning to contact the General Services Administration, about the auction of recalled cars. But he also expressed concern about the items we found.
Leaving federal property in a vehicle that's about to be sold shows the way you're keeping track of your inventory has gaping holes in it.