Rice Cookers Left at NYC Subway Station Cause Panic

It's the image of a young man who police say brought chaos to New York City today. He allegedly planted two electric rice cookers in a Lower Manhattan subway station at the peak of morning rush hour. A third cooker was found on the sidewalk at the corner of 16th Street and 7th Avenue. There, that's it. There it is. It's a pressure cooker. Similar cookers have been used to make bombs, like those set off by the Boston Marathon terrorists in 2013. The person of interest is wearing a navy blue Amazon Prime Day t-shirt and pushing a Bed Bath & Beyond shopping cart. He has a large tattoo on his right arm. A published report identified him as 26 years old from Bruno, West Virginia with an arrest record. We found the same rice cookers on sale at a Bed Bath & Beyond sale nearby in Tribeca. We need to identify the individual and talk to him. The hoax brought Manhattan's Financial District to a stand-still. The panic and chaos spread here to this spectacular terminal known as The Oculus at One World Trade Center. The entire transportation hub was evacuated as rush hour delays cascaded through the entire subway system. This video was shot from a train. You can see the entire platform is empty at rush hour as it speeds through. Once the devices were found to be harmless, they were taken away by the NYPD bomb squad. But the damage to the morning commute was done. (sirens wailing) (dramatic news music)