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International Manhunt for Suspect in 'Love Triangle' Cyclist Murder Just Came to a Close

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Suspected murderer Kaitlin Armstrong was captured Wednesday after a manhunt that lasted well over a month.

According to Fox News, Armstrong was found in Costa Rica 43 days after authorities began their search. United States Marshals announced the news on Thursday morning, but they said the capture took place the day before.

With the help of local authorities in Costa Rica, U.S. Marshals located Armstrong in a hostel in the Puntarenas Province of Costa Rica, Fox News reported.

Law enforcement officials said she took a flight from Newark, New Jersey, to San Jose, Costa Rica, on May 18, and she used a “fraudulent passport” to do so.

Armstrong is suspected in the killing of 25-year-old professional cyclist Anna Moriah “Mo” Wilson. Police believe the murder could have been a crime of passion as part of a “love triangle.”

On May 11, Wilson allegedly went out with Colin Strickland, another pro-cyclist who police said was dating Armstrong, Fox News reported. Wilson lived in........

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