The worldwide manhunt for a couple that got engaged in New York City - only to lose their diamond ring moments after the public proposal when it fell down a sidewalk grate in Times Square - has come to an end. "WANTED", it said. "He was so excited that he dropped the ring in a grate".
Despite police initially saying John dropped the ring while proposing, the couple clarified the proposal actually occurred in Central Park earlier that day.
All was not lost - police found the ring at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
The panicked couple sought the help of the police to find the diamond ring, which had fallen nearly 2.5m into the city's utility system.
NYPD is expected to release more information later Sunday. " ... Officers rescued it & would like to return it to the happy couple". On their official Twitter account, NYPD posted CCTV footage that shows a man dropping his fiancee's ring in the drain while proposing to her.
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In a following tweet, the NYPD shared a picture of the ring all clean and shiny.
She crouches down next to him, trying to help but they are unsuccessful.
In the photo, Anthony was seen wearing a ring on the traditional finger, although the couple said they abandoned plans to visit a jewellery store to replace the ring on discovering it had been found.
But a happy ending was coming for what the department called its "almost engaged" couple.
Luckily, the NYPD has managed to retrieve the trinket and are now looking for the couple to give it back. Even before the ring made it home, the woman had said yes.
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