As investigators wrap up a search for more potential victims of convicted serial killer Todd Kohlhepp, the remaining assets and real property belonging to him will soon be up for auction.

Meares Auctions tells FOX Carolina the shed on Kohlhepp's property in Woodruff is among the property that will be sold off in a short-notice timed auction beginning Saturday, August 25 and lasting through Wednesday, August 29.

"We don't know the motivation behind all of our buyers, but I would assume people will buy it just to say they have items from this property," Darron Meares, said."

Darron Meares said it's the first time he's auctioned off a serial killer's things, but he's focusing on the positive outcome this could bring to the families of Kohlhepp's victims.

"It's definitely a different feeling but we had to put some of that aside because we know that we're doing this for a higher purpose for the victims and their families," Meares said.

The auction, being held online, is being held to gather money to pay the judgments against Kohlhepp, including the victims of his crimes and their families.

PHOTOS: Here's a look at some of the items going up for auction.

The property is located off of Wofford Road, where Kohlhepp kept Kala Brown chained up and buried the bodies of Charlie Carver and Johnny and Meagan Coxie.

Anyone wishing to make bids may do so beginning Saturday at this link.

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