Inside timeline of fugitive Kaitlin Armstrong's last known movements after 'murder of rival in love triangle' | The Sun

A FUGITIVE yoga teacher wanted for the murder of a professional cyclist she allegedly killed in a jealous rage was last seen over a month ago in a New York City airport.

Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, is on the run having vanished days after being questioned by police about the murder of Moriah "Mo" Wilson.

Wilson, 25, was shot dead in Austin, Texas, on May 11, 2022.

She was found dead from multiple gunshot wounds hours after she went swimming with Armstrong's boyfriend, fellow cyclist Colin Strickland, whom she briefly dated last fall.

Armstrong was brought in for questioning by police on May 12, 2022, but was released on a technicality.

She was last seen on May 14 leaving LaGuardia Airport in New York City – three days before a warrant was issued for her arrest.

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However, there were no outbound flights made with reservations under her name, according to the US Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force.


Armstrong is believed to have shot the athlete multiple times in a jealous rage after learning that Moriah had met up with fellow cyclist Colin Strickland, 35, who had been dating Armstrong at the time.

The two had a brief fling last year after Strickland’s relationship with Armstrong had been on a break.

The two remained friends after this relationship ended and still spent time with one another.

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Cops said Strickland told Armstrong he was going out to deliver flowers but his phone battery had died, so he would be unable to contact her.

But he was actually taking a dip with Moriah at the Deep Eddy pool – which police believe motivated Armstrong to pursue deadly revenge.

It is thought she may have discovered the duo's location after finding Moriah's public account on the Strava fitness app.

Moments after the SUV was picked up on a Ring camera, Moriah's friend returned home to find her shot dead in a pool of blood.

Yoga teacher Armstrong then returned home to Strickland after allegedly murdering the 25-year-old and was apprehended by cops – before vanishing.


With no trace of Armstrong since she was located at the airport, private investigator Jason Jensen told The US Sun that he believes the fugitive may be using an alias to avoid detection and has likely altered her appearance.

According to documents obtained by Jensen, which have been viewed by The US Sun, three days after Kaitlin Armstrong was last sighted, a person identifying themselves as "Christine Armstrong" registered for a driver's license in New York.

The address listed on that license appears to be the location of a Haven For Humanity wellness center in Livingston Manor, New York.

Christine is listed as a communications representative on Haven for Humanity's website.

A request for comment left with Christine went unanswered.

However, a spokesperson for Haven for Humanity confirmed to The US Sun that Christine is a volunteer for the company and is currently staying at its Camp Haven compound in New York.

The spokesperson declined to confirm when Christine arrived at the wellness center.


It's also unclear whether Christine has relocated from Austin to New York permanently, and whether she has had any contact with her sister since she vanished.

But an unnamed camper claimed to Fox News on Wednesday that he had seen Kaitlin Armstrong at Camp Haven around a month ago, and has previously seen Christine at the campsite too.

"She was [here] a while back," the man said of Kaitlin. "Right before the whole thing blew up."

PI Jason Jensen has compared the case to the hunt for Brian Laundrie, who went on the run after murdering his girlfriend Gabby Petito during a 2021 cross-country road trip before being found dead several weeks later.

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"They've basically created this Brian Laundrie scenario for themselves; they could've put a couple of officers on her to watch her closely but they haven't and now they got to invest all these resources, manpower and other assets trying to track her down all the way across the country – just like they did with Laundrie."

Anyone with details on where Armstrong could be is asked to call the U.S. Marshals Service Communications Center at (800) 336-0102 or submit a tip using the USMS Tips app.

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