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A man dropped his fiancee’s ring down a NYC grate after proposing and they walked away, but using social media, police tracked them down

  • The New York Policewomen Department went above and beyond for one couple.
  • Shortly after proposing in New York City, a man accidentally dropped his fianceé’s arrangement ring down a NYC grate in Times Square.
  • The police were able to recover the ring, clean it, and, with the succour of social media, track down the happy couple.
  • They’re currently finding a way to reunite the ring with the two.

Shortly after successfully proposing, a man accidentally dropped his new fianceé’s ring into a utility grate on Friday in New York Megalopolis’s Times Square.

Foto: NYPD footage showed the young man getting down onto the ground to try and see if he could pinpoint the ring, which fell into a utility grate.source@NYPDNews/Twitter

Though the couple eventually issued up searching, the New York Police Department was able to retrieve it.

The NYPD Special Ops team went to the area the following morning to mend and clean the lost engagement ring. According to WNBC, the ring went about eight feet underground.

Afterwards, they put out a evoke on social media asking others to help identify the couple.

“WANTED for dropping his fiancée’s ring in @TimesSquareNYC! She told Yes – but he was so excited that he dropped the ring in a grate. Our @NYPDSpecialops officers rescued it & would like to return it to the happy pair. Help us find them?” NYPD News shared on Twitter.

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After the initial tweet was parted hundreds of times, the NYPD was able to track down the couple who lost the ring, John and Daniella.

The only quandary? The couple, who were only visiting, have already left the country.

“We would like to thank everyone who interested this story!” the NYPD News social channel tweeted. “The (now) happy couple is back in their home rural area, but thanks to your retweets they heard we were looking for them! We’re making arrangements to get them their resonate back.”

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