The NYPD also shared a photo - the best they have - of the couple as well as another picture of the ring.
He plans to use the money spent on the new ring to return to NY and buy coffee for the NYPD officers who retrieved the jewellery. So, the NYPD turned to Twitter.
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"We still haven't found our "almost engaged" couple WANTED for dropping their ring in Times Square".
After seeing the footage officers managed to rescue the ring, clean it up and now want to find its owners.
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It turns out the couple had already left the country, police said. But by then the couple was nowhere to be found.
"Here are some more photos, does anyone recognise them?" the department tweeted. "I tried to tell John it was too big, but he insisted I wear it", Anthony said.
Amazingly, the police did find the ring a day later. Authorities tweeted surveillance video of the couple on Saturday, which shows the couple crouching on the ground and looking through a grate in the sidewalk.
The foreign couple, whom the NYPD identified only as John and Daniella, has been located, the department crowed.
In extremely unlucky circumstances, the ring slipped off Daniella's finger as they were walking over a subway grate in Times Square later that night.