Engagement ring lost moments before proposal found by police

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A man was proposing to his girlfriend in Times Square when he dropped the ring and it fell about 2.4 metres down a utility grate.

The man had chosen to pop the question shortly before midnight at the NY landmark.

"The couple have left the United States". Now the NYPD is in contact, and making sure the couple gets their ring back.

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"We would like to thank everyone who shared this story!"

The NYPD later put a call out on social media asking for help locating the couple because officers had luckily managed to retrieve the engagement ring. The department is now working on getting the ring back to its rightful owner in Europe.

Police Commissioner James O'Neill is really hoping this goes viral!

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"Found 'em! Well done Twitterverse". The department had found the couple, who it said had since "returned to their home country".

It wasn't such a "grate" proposal, but there's a happy ending. "Love, John, Daniella, and the NYPD".

The NYPD thanked the public for all the re-tweets they say helped get the couple's attention and let them know their ring was safe. "She said Yes - but he was so excited that he dropped the ring in a grate". There is also a request along with the video -"help us find them".

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