The auction site claims that the sunglasses are an "exact match" to the pair Walker was wearing in photos immediately before his death. They're part of a collection of debris salvaged from the crash site, along with a fire extinguisher.
An acquisitions specialist at BidAMI.com said the site had no intention of profiting from Walker's death and insisted that a portion of the proceeds would go to charity.
"He wanted to do this for good, not anything disrespectful," she told the New York Daily News.
A spokesperson for the Santa Clarita sheriff's department told LA Weekly that they weren't confident the sunglasses belonged to Walker.
"As a department we doubt that they are actually Paul Walker's sunglasses. But who knows, maybe they are. Right now we doubt it," the rep said in a statement.
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