Triangle behind pro cyclist’s murder as chase for suspect continues


The international pursuit of the suspect in the murder of professional cyclist Moria Wilson.

Authorities say yoga teacher Caitlyn Armstrong, 34, shot and killed 25-year-old Wilson out of jealousy over an affair with Armstrong’s boyfriend, Colin Strickland, who is also a top professional cyclist.

The night she was murdered, Wilson was preparing for a race in Austin, Texas. Police said she dated her after texting her Strickland.

They swam in a popular pool and had dinner together.

After the date, Wilson returned to the house where she was staying. A few minutes later, she was shot dead. Police said she knew the date because Armstrong stalked Wilson.

According to police, the ring camera video showed the suspect’s car, which was outside the house at the time of the murder.

Meanwhile, the brutal murder of a rising star has shocked the cycling world.

“I was so shocked. It literally hurt. Moriah has summed up the best parts of this sport. Everyone was really looking forward to where she was going,” said one friend.

Strickland says they’re working on finding Armstrong.

“I have no words to adequately express the regret and torture I feel for being close to this horrific crime,” Strickland said.

Just last month, Wilson won a big race in California and planned to race all summer long, including in East Africa.

Armstrong’s family says she’s innocent. “She wouldn’t do something like this,” they said in her statement.

The suspect was last seen driving a black Jeep Grand Cherokee with a license plate ‘LDZ 5608’.

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