LAS VEGAS, Nevada (KSNV) - A Las Vegas pawn shop has auctioned off a gun that once belonged to the target of a massive police manhunt.
Former LAPD Officer Christopher Dorner had ties to Las Vegas and often purchased guns at local shops.
A Bargain Pawn manager David Bramlett recognized Dorner as recent customer during the manhunt and realized they still had one of his guns.
Dorner sold the gun for $50, and the shop has the paperwork to prove it.
The pawn shop decided to auction off the weapon for charity.
The auction ended Tuesday night with a top bid of $4,025.