NYPD looking to return engagement ring found in Times Square

Geneva Stokes
December 2, 2018

The NYPD released photos and surveillance video showing a man and a woman searching for a ring which fell into a utility grate near 2 Times Square in Manhattan on Friday.

NY police are trying to find the ring's owners.

His fiancée (although we don't know if she actually said yes) puts her hands to her face when she realises what has happened.

An engagement ring which was lost moments before the proposal has been found in NY and police are searching for the owners.

The NYPD Emergency Services could not immediately recover the ring, and the couple left.

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Police say they hope someone can help track down the couple so that they can return their engagement ring.

Unfortunately for the couple, the NYPD does not have the couple's details, therefore it can't reunite them with the ring.

"The unidentified man is described as 5'8" or 5'9" with short brown hair and a beard.

The New Year's Eve celebrations in Times Square attract over a million visitors from the US and around the world every year.

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