Police looking for couple after engagement ring recovered from utility grate

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NY police are trying to find the ring's owners. The (now) happy couple is back in their home country, but thanks to your retweets they heard we were looking for them!

An engagement ring recovered by the NYPD below a Times Square utility grate.

The footage was taken just before midnight on Friday night and was released by police shortly after.

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The man frantically lay on the ground and peered into the grate while his partner looked on in concern, but they were unable to retrieve the ring.

Police were called, but the couple left after the ring could not be found. Police found the ring early the next morning.

He asked a police officer for help opening the grate, but they couldn't get it open.

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NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill urged twitter to "do its thing" and reunite the couple with their ring.

NYPD said one of its officers saw the scene unfold, rescued the ring, cleaned it up and would like to return it to the couple. A tweet about the shiny, recovered ring stuck out in a Twitter feed also featuring close-up pictures of firearms that had been seized.

Police posted more photos of the couple on Sunday before announcing about an hour later that they finally found the duo.

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But a happy ending was coming for what the department called its "almost engaged" couple.