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A woman who fled to Costa Rica on suspicion of killing an elite cyclist was returned to the United States for prosecution, officials say.

(CNN)A woman captured in Costa Ricaafter being accused of murdering elite cyclist Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson in Texas.The U.S. Marshals Service told CNN on Saturday that he had returned to the United States on suspicion of murder.

Caitlin Marie Armstrong, 34, is suspected of shooting Wilson at her home in Austin on May 11. A week later, she was seen at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey and boarded a plane to San Jose. Costa Rica, officials said.

Earlier this week,Armstrongwas discovered at a hostel in Santa Teresa Beach, Puntarenas Province, and her deportation process began, Marshalls officials said. Officials said she entered Costa Rica with her "not corresponding to her identity" passport.

"Armstrong is back in the United States and she will be held in Harris County (Texas) Prison waiting to be handed over to Austin," a Marshal spokesman told CNN.

It is unknown when the delivery will take place and when she will appear in court.

Wilson's deadly shooting, which he previously dated Armstrong's boyfriend (35-year-old professional cyclist Collin Strickland), was a violent act of romantic jealousy. It is believed, the authorities said.

Investigators determined that Wilson was in a romantic relationship with Strickland while Wilson and Armstrong were temporarily separated at the end of last year.

Wilson, 25, was a talented multisport athlete who was a skier before becoming a professional cyclist.

She was particularly good at "gravel racing," a relatively new category of cycling that is considered a hybrid of road cycling and mountain biking.

Wilson, a few days after she took part in the Gravel Locos bike race in Hico, Texas, when she died, she prepared for the race with a friend from Austin. was doing.

According to her arrest affidavit, Wilson went swimming with Strickland the day she was killed. According to an affidavit filed by police in the Travis District Court, the two then had a supper, Strickland dropped her to her friend's house, and she wasn't inside.

A few hours later, just before 10 pm, Austin police responded to their home and discovered that Wilson had multiple gunshot wounds. She was declared dead on the scene.

On May 17, police issued a murder warrant to Armstrong. The affidavit contains details such as a video showing a vehicle similar to her near her home where Wilson was staying just before her body was found.

Strickland states thatAustin-American Statesmanstates that she had a "simple romantic relationship" with Wilson while away from Armstrong. I am.

Strickland and Armstrong settled and resumed their relationship about a month later, he told the paper. Strickland said her relationship with Wilson became "platonic and professional" and he regarded her as her "best friend."

After Wilson was murdered, her family issued a statement that she was not in a romantic relationship when she died.

"I won't elaborate on the ongoing investigation, but at the time of her death, the people closest to her clearly understood that she wasn't in a romantic relationship, directly from Moria. I feel it's important to be clear about that. It has to do with everyone. "