NYPD seek unlucky suitor who lost engagement ring news

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

The couple not only left Times Square, but the country, after an NYPD Emergency Service Unit (ESU) was unable to find the ring that night. "Our officers rescued it & would like to return it to the happy couple", NYPD wrote on Twitter.

NYPD officers managed to recover and clean the piece of jewellery, but could not find the couple so made the appeal on social media.

Lots of lads are nervous when they ask their other half to marry them but most aren't so jittery that they end up losing the ring altogether.

"Thank you, Twitter", the department tweeted. No doubt the ring will be returned to its owners in no time at all and the pair can have another go at their special moment.

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Some 355,000 people pass through Times Square on an average day.

On Twitter and Facebook Sunday, the NYPD issued an all-hands bulletin.

It fell about 2.4 metres, police said. "Love, John, Daniella, and the NYPD", the department tweeted on Sunday, along with a photo of the smiling couple.

'Found 'em! Well done Twitterverse.

It wasn't such a "grate" proposal, but there's a happy ending.

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