Feds Say Fugitive Murder Suspect Traveled from Texas to New York After Killing a Cyclist Who Dated Her Boyfriend


Kaitlin Marie Armstrong is seen in a driver's license photo, left, and reportedly on surveillance footage

Kaitlin Marie Armstrong is seen in a driver’s license photo, left, and on video surveillance footage, right (images via U.S. Marshals Service).

The woman suspected of killing a professional cyclist over a romantic entanglement with her boyfriend is believed to have traveled from Texas to New York in the days after the alleged murder.

Federal law enforcement officials say Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, 34, shot and killed Anna Moriah “Mo” Wilson, 25, in Austin on May 11. As Law&Crime previously reported, Armstrong is believed to have shot Wilson over her alleged romantic relationship with Armstrong’s boyfriend Colin Strickland.

The U.S. Marshals Service says that Armstrong apparently fled Texas in the days after the shooting, traveling through Houston and ending up in New York.

Investigators believe that Armstrong was at the Austin International Bergstrom Airport on May 14 at approximately 12:30 p.m., the Marshals Service said in a press release Wednesday. She is believed to have traveled on Southwest Airlines twice, first from Austin to Houston and then getting a connecting flight to New York LaGuardia Airport.

“Armstrong is white, stands 5 feet 8 inches and weighs approximately 125 pounds,” the press release said. “She has light brown long, curly hair and hazel eyes and was last seen on surveillance video wearing a blue denim jacket, black shirt with a pink design on the chest, white jeans, black and white tennis shoes, a black COVID mask, and a possible yoga mat carrier on her shoulders.”

Wilson was a professional cyclist originally from Vermont. She had traveled to Texas to ride in the Gravel Locos race, where she was considered a favorite. She had arrived in Texas just one…


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