Kaitlin Armstrong updates — Fugitive arrested after 43 days on the run for 'killing' cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson | The Sun

FUGITIVE Kaitlin Armstrong has been arrested after being on the run for over a month for the alleged killing of Anna Moriah Wilson.

Armstrong, 34, was caught at a hostel on Santa Teresa Beach in Provincia de Puntarenas, Costa Rica.

She is accused of killing her love rival and pro athlete Moriah Wilson, 25, who was found dead on May 11 in Austin, Texas.

Armstrong will now be deported back to the United States where she will face charges related to the cyclist's death.

Read our Kaitlin Armstrong live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • Jennifer Korn

    Colin's statement about the crime

    Colin spoke of "the regret and torture" he felt "about [his] proximity to this horrible crime," in a statement released to local media.

    "I am sorry, and I simply cannot make sense of this unfathomable tragedy," he continued.

    "As a point of clarification to facts previously reported, Moriah Wilson and I had a brief romantic relationship from late October-early November 2021 that spanned a week or so while Wilson was visiting Austin.

    "At the time, she and I had both recently ended relationships."

  • Jennifer Korn

    What Colin Strickland told police

    On the night of Moriah's alleged murder, Colin and the fellow cyclist met up to go swimming together.

    He told police he dropped Moriah off at the apartment at around 8.30pm local time.

    Moriah was pronounced dead just hours later, at around 10pm.

    Colin denies any involvement with her death, and police have not pressed any charges.

    He reportedly did not know the whereabouts of Kaitlin Armstrong.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Evidence points to Kaitlin

    The police also say security camera footage shows Kaitlin's SUV driving past the apartment Moriah was staying in at the time of her death.

    Authorities allege Kaitlin nodded in agreement when detectives told her the found camera footage did not look good for her.

    Police said Kaitlin could not explain why her car was in the area when Moriah was reportedly murdered.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Details of the alleged murder

    Shortly before her body was found, Moriah had flown into Texas to participate in the Gravel Locos, a 150-mile bike race.

    While in town, she and Colin agreed to meet up and hang out.

    Police believe Kaitlin may have located the two via a cycling app known as Strava, where locations are enabled.

    According to police, Kaitlin allegedly followed Moriah to the apartment she was staying in and may have fired a 9mm handgun – the same gun Colin told authorities they keep in their home.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Kaitlin's suspected motive

    Authorities believe Kaitlin acted in a jealous rage as she reportedly found out Colin and Moriah had a brief fling following a break in their relationship.

    Colin and Moriah often participated in cycling events together, and they planned to hang out the weekend she was killed.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Kaitlin is suspected of murder

    According to Austin police, all of Kaitlin Armstrong's social media profiles were erased following the death of cyclist Moriah Wilson – including the one for Wheelhouse.

    The police suspect that Kaitlin killed Moriah. 

  • Jennifer Korn

    Who is Kaitlin Armstrong?

    Kaitlin Armstrong is a 34-year-old Yoga teacher based in Texas.

    She and her long-term partner, Colin Strickland, previously worked together to design and build vintage trailers at their company, Wheelhouse Mobile.

    "Colin's partner and financial guru, Kaitlin Armstrong, led him to realize they could build this into something much greater than a one-off passion project," reads the company website, which has since gone private.

    Kaitlin is said to work as a yoga instructor in addition to her competitive cycling background.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Kaitlin Armstrong arrested

    Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, was arrested at a hostel on Santa Teresa Beach in Provincia de Puntarenas, Costa Rica, on Thursday, US Marshals announced.

    Officials said the fugitive used a fake passport when she boarded a flight from Newark International Airport in New Jersey at 5.09pm on May 18 and arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica, at 8.27pm.

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