A £20,000 shoe collection belonging to a convicted criminal has gone under the hammer at a police auction in Gloucestershire.
Gloucestershire police made international headlines when it announced the plan in December 2018, after seizing the offender's expensive footwear collection.
Isaiah Hanson-Frost was arrested by officers for being involved in the firing of a gun in Chase Lane Industrial Estate in 2017. He also admitted to owning one.
The gunman was allowed to keep a pair of Nike trainers worth less than £100.
Now the whole collection, worth nearly £20,000, can be viewed and bought online.
The designer brands on the list include Balenciaga, Gucci and Christian Louboutin, with one pair originally priced at £895.
The force said the luxury collection came from criminal activity and the funds will be used to help prevent and fight crime in the county.