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PIERCE, NE - SEPTEMBER 28: An auction worker holds a pink-and-black checkered flag to signify which vehicle is being auctioned at the Lambrecht family farm on September 28, 2013 in Pierce, Nebraska. The cars, more than 500 total, as well as tools, parts and memorabilia from the Lambrecht Chevrolet Dealership are being auctioned off today and tomorrow. When Ray Lambrecht, who ran the dealership with his wife Mildred for 50 years, would get in a new model year car he would put any unsold cars from the previous model year into storage along with used car trade-ins. Many of these vehicles were stored outdoors on the farm. Many of the cars being offered at the auction have never been titled and have less than 20 miles on them. One auctioneer estimated that about 25,000 people were at Todays auction. Pierce, Nebraska has a population of 1,700. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

There was a police car auction yesterday in Pennsylvania . . . and during a car inspection, they found a MAN inside the trunk of a car.

And it turned out he was a wanted felon in New York, so he was arrested.  It’s not clear how he wound up in the trunk.

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Man found in trunk at Manheim Auto Auction identified by police, is wanted in New York

Police say a man found in the trunk of a vehicle at Manheim Auto Auction yard in Lancaster County is wanted out of New York. Leon Parks, 25, from the Bronx, New York, has been identified by police as the man in the trunk.