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Items allegedly found at the fiery car crash site where Paul Walker died last year are up for sale in an online auction.
An unnamed seller on BidAMI.com is claiming to have the sunglasses Walker was wearing when he passed away on Nov. 30, in addition to debris from the accident and a fire extinguisher that was said to have been used on the day of the tragic event.
"We photo-matched them to the one's Paul was wearing [that day]," a BidAMI acquisitions specialist, only named as Kieta, told the New York Daily News of the alleged glasses.
The mysterious seller claims to have been at the scene of Walker's crash and collected the items after police had cleared the scene.
Walker's alleged belongings have more than 4,000 views on the site, but only four people have actually bid on them. They are currently priced at $1,572.
The morbid auction comes two and a half months after the Fast & Furious actor and his friend Roger Rodas died in a Santa Clarita, Calif., car crash. Both were pronounced dead when emergency services responded to find their Porsche Carrera engulfed in flames.