Published: Mon, December 03, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

NYPD seeks couple that dropped engagement ring in subway grate

NYPD seeks couple that dropped engagement ring in subway grate

Just as the guy gets to the dramatic moment, he manages to drop the ring between the gaps of a metal grate covering a drain in the pavement.

The NYPD commissioner James O'Neill has also gotten involved, urging users on the social media site to "do your thing". Now the NYPD is in contact, and making sure the couple gets their ring back.

On Twitter and Facebook Sunday, the NYPD issued an all-hands bulletin.

The couple, home in the United Kingdom thanked the NYPD and New Yorkers, in general, saying they'd be back.

John Drennan and Daniella Anthony were visiting New York City from the United Kingdom after Thanksgiving.

Enter the New York Police Department Special Operations officers.

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A separate tweet by the NYPD shows a close up of the ring, which has what appears to be a diamond set in its centre with smaller jewels on its band, possibly made of silver. "Help us find them?" the NYPD said on Twitter. But they could not retrieve the ring. "I hope the couple is found soon", a Twitter user wrote.

The man and woman were in Times Square late Friday night, when the man proposed to his girlfriend at 11:55 p.m.

The 36-year-old was sent a message from a friend asking him if he was the one looking down the grate in the video.

The couple added: "We are so thankful to everyone - especially the New York Police Department and everyone who shared our story".

Mr Drennan had earlier proposed in Central Park but the ring was too big.

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