NYPD Searching For Couple Whose Times Square Proposal Went Horribly Wrong

Marsha Scott
December 3, 2018

The NYPD Special Ops team went to the area to recover and clean the lost engagement ring Saturday morning. Our @NYPDSpecialops officers rescued it & would like to return it to the happy couple.

According to police, the pair had already left the USA, but soon realized that the NYPD had found their missing ring.

The NYPD are seeking the public's help in finding the pair in the hope of performing a Christmas miracle by reuniting them with their ring.

"We would like to thank everyone who shared this story!" the NYPD News social channel tweeted.

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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.

Police successfully tracked them own after spreading the word on social media. Drennan explained that he had put a lot of thought into the proposal and had carried the ring in his pocket for two days. "This is why I love my city, people choose the weirdest places to propose and yet it still wonderful & romantic". Even before the ring made it home, the woman had said yes.

"We were walking back to the hotel. Bouncing once, bouncing twice, and then it was gone", Drennan told the BBC. The bad news, they now need your help to identified the lucky/unlucky couple. "But we are so happy".

They also wanted to send a heartfelt thank you to everyone who stopped to help look at the scene.

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