Authorities investigating the homicide of Anna Moriah “Mo” Wilson in Texas shared flight details of the woman accused of killing Wilson

Authorities investigating the homicide of Anna Moriah “Mo” Wilson in Texas shared flight details of the woman accused of killing Wilson and offered a $5,000 reward to aid in her capture, promising “(U.S.) Marshals are not going to stop looking for her.” Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, 34, of Austin, Texas, is suspected of killing Wilson, 25, of East Burke, on May 11 in an apartment in East Austin, Texas. Wilson, a graduate of Riverside School, Burke Mountain Academy and Dartmouth College, was a professional cyclist. She was in Texas for the Gravel Locos race in Hico, where she was a favorite to win. The U.S. Marshals identified Armstrong as the person responsible for Wilson’s death on May 20. Police say Armstrong was in a three-year romantic relationship with a male cyclist named Colin Strickland. Wilson is believed by police to have had a previous and brief romantic relationship with Strickland that began and ended last October. Authorities say in the affidavit for an arrest warrant that Armstrong learned in January of Wilson and Strickland’s previous relationship.  At approximately the same time, Police say Strickland purchased two 9 mm handguns and gave one to Armstrong. A person who assisted in the investigation told police she heard Armstrong say she wanted to kill Wilson.  On May 18, Armstrong was dropped off at the Newark (N.J.) Liberty International Airport. This came one day after Austin police obtained the warrant for Armstrong’s arrest. It’s possible that Armstrong boarded a flight under an alias because her name was not listed among the reservations of people on outbound flights. The U.S. Marshals have upgraded the Armstrong investigation to major case status and are offering up to $5,000 as a reward for information leading to her arrest. On Sunday there will be a celebration of life service for Wilson at Burke Mountain Academy. There will be an online streaming opportunity for those who are unable to attend.

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