NYPD searches for fiance who dropped ring in street grate

The NYPD said they fished this engagement ring out of the grate in Times Square and cleaned it

The NYPD said they fished this engagement ring out of the grate in Times Square and cleaned it

Police in NY are looking for a couple who got engaged in Times Square on Friday (November 30) but lost the ring right after the man popped the question.

"WANTED for dropping his fiancée's ring in @TimesSquareNYC!" the tweet on Saturday read. A spokesperson declined to identify the couple or offer details about how the ring was found.

The panicked couple sought the help of the police to find the diamond ring, which had fallen nearly 2.5m into the city's utility system.

She crouches down next to him, trying to help but they are unsuccessful. Police have shared pictures of the footage from security cameras in the hope they will help them make sure the ring gets back to its rightful owners.

The department posted surveillance videos and photos of the couple Saturday showing a man start to propose, then scramble on the ground after he dropped the engagement ring.

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Both John and Daniella took to Twitter to express their delight and thank the NYPD officers involved.

The good news, officers has recovered the ring.

NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill urged twitter to "do its thing" and reunite the couple with their ring.

A couple whose wedding proposal went horribly wrong will get their happy ending after all, CBS New York reports. Even before the ring made it home, the woman had said yes.

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