Manhunt underway for woman accused of killing professional cyclist Moriah Wilson in a love triangle murder

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas authorities are still urgently searching for a suspect they said killed a world-class cyclist after a love triangle.

Austin police have charged Kaitlin Armstrong with murder in the killing of cyclist Moriah Wilson after discovering Wilson had previously been in a relationship with Armstrong’s friend, cyclist and Red Bull athlete Colin Strickland.

Police said they found Wilson dead after a friend came home to find her unconscious and bleeding with gunshot wounds.

“I think it’s just stunned, tragic, and you just want to hug people you love,” said Alison Tetrick, a friend of Wilson.

According to the affidavit, Armstrong’s car was captured by a Ring camera in Wilson’s neighborhood around the same time that she was killed.

Shortly after police questioned Armstrong, they said she had disappeared. The Lone Star Fugitive Task Force investigates but fears they may have fled the country.

Strickland, the man apparently in the middle, clarified the timing of the relationship.

He said shortly after a very brief romantic relationship with Wilson in 2021, he reconciled and resumed his relationship with Armstrong while maintaining a platonic and professional relationship with Wilson.

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