POLICE are selling a designer T-Shirt on eBay this week, but there's a catch.

The Ralph Lauren top, which is being flogged off for only 99p, has a suspicious hole in the neck.

Thames Valley Police use the buying and selling page to sell old evidence and unclaimed items.

Some of it has been stolen and then seized in an investigation, or handed in at stations.

They hold the items for a while before making the decision to give it away, bin it or sell it.

Here's what they sold last week

Here's what they are selling this week, accurate at the time of print:

• A Ralph Lauren green T-Shirt with embroidered flags and letters and a large hole 99p (1 bid)

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• Silver 'ash' leather clutch bag with a strap from Salvatore Ferragamo £24 (12 bids)

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• Grey and blue 'Kenzo' sweater £31 (10 bids)

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• Packs of knickers and cami vests for babies from Peacocks and Gap £10.50 (two bids)

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• Ralph Lauren stripey duvet cover £16.66 (10 bids)

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• Three Ralph Lauren hats in navy and grey, police say they need washing because they've been in storage £16 (three bids)

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• Three portable power banks £9.50 (five bids)

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