NYPD seeks couple that dropped engagement ring in subway grate
02 December, 2018, 18:28 | Author: Orlando Hughes
The couple then left the area. 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.
It wasn't a complete disaster, however, as the woman said yes before the ring fell through the grate and plummeted eight feet below their feet. He has short brown hair and a manicured beard.
The department has taken to social media in an effort to enlist the public's help in locating the couple.
According to police, the would-be groom was so excited after popping the question that he dropped his fiancée's ring on Friday evening before she could put it on.
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Unfortunately for the couple, the NYPD does not have the couple's details, therefore it can't reunite them with the ring.
An engagement ring recovered by the NYPD below a Times Square utility grate.
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