Yoga Teacher Who Murdered Pro-Cyclist in Deadly Love Triangle Captured on Costa Rica Beach After 6 Weeks on the Run: US Marshals

Kaitlin Armstrong, the yoga teacher who murdered a pro-cyclist in a jealous rage last month has finally been captured after 6 weeks on the run.

Armstrong, 34, was captured in Costa Rica after 43 days on the run.

“The Marshals Service elevated the Kaitlin Armstrong investigation to major case status early in this investigation, which likely played a key role in her capture after a 43-day run,” said US Marshal for the Western District of Texas Susan Pamerleau. “This is an example of combining the resources of local, state, federal and international authorities to apprehend a violent fugitive, bring an end to that run and hopefully a sense of closure to the victim’s family.”

According to police, Armstrong shot and killed 25-year-old Moriah Wilson in a jealous rage on May 11 for having an affair with her boyfriend, Colin Strickland.

Wilson went on a date with Strickland in Austin the night she was murdered.

Armstrong had reportedly been stalking Moriah Wilson and killed her within minutes of her returning home from her dinner date.

Kaitlin Armstrong fled Texas after she fatally shot Moriah “Mo” Wilson and was caught on surveillance video walking through Austin International Airport with her yoga mat on May 14.

According to US Marshals, Kaitlin Armstrong was dropped off at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey on May 18 – one day after Austin police obtained an arrest warrant.

Then she disappeared.

US Marshals said there was no outbound flight reservation’s in Armstrong’s name.

It was revealed on Thursday that Armstrong used a fraudulent passport to fly from Newark to San Jose, Costa Rica on May 18.

Costa Rican authorities worked with US law enforcement, Fox News reported.

Armstrong will be deported back to the US where she is facing murder charges.

This is a breaking story…please check back for updates.

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