Items sold range from luxury sports cars and computers to high-end jewellery and designer clothing.
Incredibly, officers also sold an aeroplane which had belong to a drug trafficker on their eBay account - which has a 100 per cent seller rating.
Leicestershire Police opened the shop in September 2009 and has since sold 6,000 items for a collective £1.5 million, including goods worth £300,000 in 2016.
The cash generated is shared between the force, the Home Office , the Crown Prosecution Service as well as being used as compensation to victims of crimes.
Paul Wenlock, the head of the economic crime unit at Leicestershire Police, said: “The majority of the money is from drug dealing. They can’t help themselves, they go out and invest in bling items, he said. Cool or not?