Did Kaitlin leave the country? That’s the question some are asking as investigators enter the third week spent searching for the young yoga instructor accused of murdering her love rival in Austin, Texas.
After being interviewed by police, the fugitive flew from Mexico to New York on May 14. Security cameras caught her strolling along LaGuardia Airport with a yoga mat.
Authorities fear that she may have fled the country after being seen at New Jersey’s Newark International Airport on May 18, four days after an arrest warrant was issued.
Armstrong did board a flight or was this a ruse?
“We’ve still been unable to locate a flight that was under the name of Kaitlin Armstrong,”Deputy U.S. Inside Edition: Marshal Brandon Filla said that Brandon Filla was the U.S. Marshal. Filla also noted that authorities were. “Looking at video surveillance, trying to narrow down Kaitlin Armstrong amongst thousands of visitors that come in and out of that airport on a daily basis.”
U.S. The U.S. Marshals now offer a $5,000 reward for information that leads to her arrest.
“Kaitlin Armstrong is always going to have to look over her shoulder,” Filla said. “The U.S. Marshal Service and other law enforcement agencies are going to continue, day in and day out, to get her direction of travel.”
But now some are criticizing law enforcement’s search for Armstrong.
“Now somehow, she has managed to slip through the fingers of the Texas rangers, the Austin police, and now security not only at LaGuardia but at Newark,”Nancy Grace urged the public to be vigilant and keep their eyes open.
“Don’t just think of her as a defenseless yoga teacher; this young woman was armed with a sig [firearm] and a silencer, don’t underestimate her,”She spoke.