On 4 February 2014, Steve Buice prepared to propose to Josefina Karpecki. He was at the Mira Mesa Home Depot in San Diego, California, to have a friend outfit him with a microphone to capture the proposal — “Operation Please Say Yes” — when he put his jacket, which contained his wallet and the diamond engagement ring, on the trunk of a nearby car. Unfortunately, the driver of the car drove away. Fortunately, the driver returned about 20 minutes later with the jacket, wallet, and engagement ring. He told Mr. Buice, “I have your wallet and your diamond ring.” Mr. Buice’s friend recorded the return of the items. On tape, Mr. Buice said, “Unbelievable! He found us! It’s about seven minutes before I ask her to marry me.” The Good Samaritan declined a reward; all of Mr. Buice’s cash was in his wallet. By the way, Ms. Karpecki said yes to Mr. Buice’s proposal of marriage.
Source: Itica Milanes, “Good Samaritan returns lost engagement ring moments before proposal.” ABC 10 (San Diego, California). 5 February 2014
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