British couple to be reunited with engagement ring lost in Times Square

Erika Holt
December 3, 2018

"WE HAVE YOUR RING!" the NYPD's Midtown North Precinct tweeted after the jewelry was recovered.

Police have found the couple who they say lost their engagement ring in Times Square over the weekend.

Although the couple gave up on retrieving the diamond-encrusted jewelry, the NYPD's special operations unit were on the case. So, the NYPD turned to Twitter.

The bad news, they now need your help to identified the lucky/unlucky couple.

NY police have found the ring's owners.

Thank you for going the extra mile and helping this couple enjoy their engagement (even if he dropped the ring, dude!).

Daniella said yes straight away but they both knew the ring wasn't the right size.

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NY police found the ring and put out an all points Twitter bulletin Saturday, looking for the victims of the matrimonial miscue.

"We are so happy, we can't believe it", they told the BBC on Sunday evening.

The video has been viewed nearly a million times so here's hoping the couple have somehow come across it.

The New York Police Department shared video of a man and a woman looking through a drain in Times Square on Sunday.

He then tweeted a photo of the happy couple, saying: "Congrats to John and his betrothed, Daniella (they're from across the pond, about 2 hours north of London)".

Despite police initially saying John dropped the ring while proposing, the couple clarified the proposal actually occurred in Central Park earlier that day.

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