"We still haven't found our "almost engaged" couple WANTED for dropping their ring in Times Square".
Pictures of the ring and the couple have been released by the police force, which has turned to the public for help.
NY police issued a "WANTED" post for the mystery couple, posting on Twitter, "She said Yes - but he was so excited that he dropped the ring in a grate".
He asked a police officer for help opening the grate, but they couldn't get it open.
On Twitter and Facebook Sunday, the NYPD issued an all-hands bulletin. Police say the couple, who had returned to England, got in touch and the ring will get back to them.
The man and woman were in Times Square late Friday night, when the man proposed to his girlfriend at 11:55 p.m.
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Daniella said yes straight away but they both knew the ring wasn't the right size.
Thank you, Twitter. Case closed!
The officers who helped search for the ring confirmed that Drennan was their man through a photograph, and arrangements are being made to ship the ring back to the lucky pair, police sources said.
He then tweeted a photo of the happy couple, saying: "Congrats to John and his betrothed, Daniella (they're from across the pond, about 2 hours north of London)". "Every argument between them will end with "at least I didn't drop the engagement ring down the sewer grate", a twitter user BigJim wrote".
Anthony said yes, but the ring was too big for her finger.