By Susie Jones, NewsRadio 830 WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Even after five auctions there are still a lot of Denny Hecker’s possessions to be auctioned off, according to Fred Radde and Sons auction house in New Germany.

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“Well this one isn’t as luxurious as the past have been, but we still have a couple of Rolex watches, another 30 golf clubs here,” said Fred Radde. “We’ve got a fur coat so we have some interesting pieces.”

The items were recovered by a bankruptcy trustee, during a surprise raid on Denny Hecker’s house in December.

There are some unusual items as well, such as a family of black bears made of bronze and a statue of the Peanuts cartoon character Linus Van Pelt holding a car.

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Radde says Hecker’s name brings a lot of people in the door “because his name was on buses and wherever else.”

The auction items also include a Chanel ring 58-year-old Hecker gave to his new wife Christi Rowan-Hecker.

Hecker is serving a 10-year prison sentence for bankruptcy fraud.

The latest auction is planned for June 20 at 5 p.m. at the auction house in New Germany. Proceeds go toward Hecker’s restitution.

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NewsRadio 830 WCCO’s Susie Jones Reports

These bear statues are on the auction block in the bankruptcy of Denny Hecker. (credit: CBS)