Texas authorities seek Kaitlin Armstrong in murder of cyclist Anna Moriah

AUSTIN, Texas — The U.S. Marshals Service’s Lone Star Fugitive Task Force is searching for an Austin woman who is wanted for the murder of a woman who was visiting for a mountain bike competition.

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Austin police say Anna Moriah Wilson, 25, was shot several times on Wednesday, May 11, at a home in Austin. A friend had called 911 saying she found Wilson bleeding and unconscious. Police officers performed CPR on her, but she was pronounced dead at the scene.

According to WFTX, Austin police later issued a homicide warrant on May 17 for Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, 35, suspected of killing Wilson.

The Austin Police Department requested assistance from the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force — Austin Division to locate and apprehend Armstrong.

Members of the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force are actively conducting a fugitive investigation and pursuing leads on Armstrong’s whereabouts.

Anyone with information on Armstrong’s whereabouts is urged to contact the U.S. Marshals Service Communications Center at 1-800-336-0102 or submit a tip using the USMS Tips app.

According to her profile on the Dartmouth College athletic department website, Wilson was from East Burke, Vermont. Wilson was a 2019 graduate who competed in Alpine skiing after attending Burke Mountain Academy.

“Moriah received two letters in cycling, three in soccer, and four in alpine skiing at the Burke Mountain Academy and served as the captain of the soccer team during her senior season,” according to her athletic profile.

The Riverside School at Vermont, where Wilson attended school as a child, shared a statement from her parents, Eric and Karen, and her brother Matt:

“We thank everyone for their expression of love and support for us in this difficult time. While the tragic loss of Moriah is unfathomable, at the same time we want everyone to join us in celebrating her life, accomplishments, and love for others....”We hope everyone feels her passion and support as they chase their own dreams. Her spirit will be there with you all, while training and on every race day. Always pushing tirelessly to reach her goals, we knew she was pursuing that which she loved. We will miss her terribly and know that all mourn her with us.”

We are stunned and saddened to learn of the sudden death of Moriah Wilson ’10. At Riverside Moriah was a dedicated...

Posted by The Riverside School on Saturday, May 14, 2022