Police hunting couple who lost engagement ring in Times Square

Hugh Fox
December 2, 2018

The emergency services were unable to find it and the would-be bride and groom gave up.

Officers, however, continued searching. 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.

They are now asking the public to help them find the newly engaged couple.

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The woman is blond, and the man is brown-haired and bearded and wearing a gray cap.

A separate tweet by the NYPD shows a close up of the ring, which has what appears to be a diamond set in its centre with smaller jewels on its band, possibly made of silver.

The good news, officers has recovered the ring.

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"WANTED for dropping his fiancée's ring in @TimesSquareNYC!"

He was so excited when she said yes he promptly dropped the ring down a grate underfoot.

"WE HAVE YOUR RING!" the NYPD's Midtown North precinct announced on Twitter Saturday night.

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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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