Police are searching for a gunman who filled a subway car with smoke using a canister in a chaotic rush hour shooting Tuesday that led to at least 29 people being injured 

The gas-mask wearing attacker fled the Brooklyn platform, leaving behind a subway car filled with screaming commuters and bleeding victims.  

At least 10 people were shot and at least 19 others were taken to local hospitals for injuries ranging from smoke inhalation to shrapnel wounds. 

olice helicopters hovered for hours above the Manhattan-bound N train in Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood as they investigated the scene 

finding a firearm, multiple smoke devices and other items, according to two law enforcement officials 

who were not authorized to discuss the ongoing investigation and spoke on condition of anonymity told The Associated Press. 

Police have not released the suspect's name, nor a motive. But they are looking for a U-Haul truck with Arizona license plates in connection to the attack, 

An official said officers around New York City are being told that if they spot the U-Haul truck moving in traffic, 

Mayor Eric Adams told MSNBC Tuesday afternoon that authorities had recovered "solid evidence" and were "zeroing in" on a possible identity