Murder Suspect Kaitlin Marie Armstrong’s Vehicle Located By U.S. Marshals
Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, a wanted suspect in an ongoing murder investigation who has alluded the U.S. Marshals so far, reportedly sold her vehicle in Texas last May according to a recent report by the agency.
Armstrong is thought to be the killer of professional cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson, according to authorities. She was booked by police on an unrelated misdemeanor but questioned by detectives about the shooting. Armstrong was able to end questioning and leave the station due to a clerical error on her booking paperwork, however.
New information from U.S. Marshals says Armstrong sold her car at a dealership in Austin for $12,000 on May 13, one day after her encounter with police. Wilson was killed from gunshot wounds on May 11, and Armstrong’s Jeep was seen near her house the same day.
It is suspected that Armstrong flew from Austin to Houston Hobby Airport, and then flew to LaGuardia Airport in New York. Her last known location was Newark Liberty Airport on May 18, but a flight ticket in her name was not recovered.
Armstrong is wanted on first-degree murder charges, and additionally for unlawful fight to avoid prosecution. She was described as 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weighs around 125 pounds, and has long curly light brown hair with hazel eyes. $5,000 is being offered for information that leads to her arrest, and an anonymous donor has offered $15,000 in reward money for her arrest as well.