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US NewsNot such a great proposal! Hunt for couple who lost engagement ring down utility covering in Times Square as cops recover the bling and want to return it to the lovebirds

07:15  02 december  2018
07:15  02 december  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The New York Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a couple who lost an engagement ring in a marriage proposal gone wrong in Times Square.

The NYPD released photos and surveillance video showing a man and a woman searching for a ring which fell into a utility grate near 2 Times Square in Manhattan on Friday.

The couple asked local police officers for help.

Not such a great proposal! Hunt for couple who lost engagement ring down utility covering in Times Square as cops recover the bling and want to return it to the lovebirds © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A man (right) proposed marriage to his girlfriend in Times Square on Saturday

So the NYPD Emergency Service Unit responded to the scene but was unable to locate the ring.

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The couple then left the area.

Officers, however, continued searching. They managed to pull the ring out of a utility grate on Saturday morning.

Now the NYPD wants to locate the couple and return the ring to them.

Not such a great proposal! Hunt for couple who lost engagement ring down utility covering in Times Square as cops recover the bling and want to return it to the lovebirds © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited But the engagement ring fell into a utility grate in front of 2 Times Square The police say that the man stands at around 5ft8in and weighs between 150 and 160 pounds. He has short brown hair and a manicured beard.

The female is a 5ft5in blonde.

The department has taken to social media in an effort to enlist the public’s help in locating the couple.

Not such a great proposal! Hunt for couple who lost engagement ring down utility covering in Times Square as cops recover the bling and want to return it to the lovebirds © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The NYPD tweeted a photo of the ring that officers recovered on Saturday morning The NYPD’s official Twitter feed posted a photo of the ring.

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‘Here’s a photo of the ring our officers recovered (and cleaned!)’ the tweet read.

The NYPD then posted a video on Twitter with the caption: ‘WANTED for dropping his fiancée’s ring in Times Square!’

‘She said Yes - but he was so excited that he dropped the ring in a grate.’

Not such a great proposal! Hunt for couple who lost engagement ring down utility covering in Times Square as cops recover the bling and want to return it to the lovebirds © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Now the NYPD wants to locate the couple and return the ring to them. The police say that the man stands at around 5ft8in and weighs between 150 and 160 pounds. He has short brown hair and a manicured beard. The female is a 5ft5in blonde

NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill used his own Twitter feed in hopes of locating the couple.

‘Do your thing Twitter,’ O’Neill tweeted.

‘If anyone can find this (un)lucky couple, it’s New Yorkers and the millions who visit Times Square.’

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