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Caitlin Armstrong, a 34-year-old suspect in last month’s love-triangle shooting in Austin, Texas, has been linked to the New York campground where her sister lives and is listed as an employee.

Public records show that Christy Armstrong, 31, listed the Camp Haven compound in Livingston Manor, New York, as an address and appears on her website.

The sisters grew up in Livonia, Michigan, where a former classmate had previously told Fox News Digital that the older sister was an athlete with a friendly, outgoing personality. Christie Armstrong shows public records that they both immigrated to California and Texas before moving to New York, where Camp Haven, about 2 hours from New York City, lists on her website as a member of her communications team.

A man at the campground told Fox News Digital on Wednesday that Christy Armstrong had been there for some time and had visited her sister “before the whole thing was blown up.”

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The Texas woman wanted in connection with the shooting death of Caitlin Armstrong, professional cyclist and romantic rival Moria "Mo" Wilson, may have visited a remote campground in New York, Fox News Digital has learned.

The Texas woman wanted in connection with the shooting death of Caitlin Armstrong, professional cyclist and romantic rival Moria “Mo” Wilson, may have visited a remote campground in New York, Fox News Digital has learned.
(Stephanie Pagons / Fox News Digital)

The camp in Sullivan County, New York, is about 2 hours and 20 minutes away from the two major airports where U.S. Marshals say Caitlin Armstrong traveled with 25-year-old Moria “Moe” Wilson, a romantic rival and after a shooting death. Armstrong’s 35-year-old boyfriend, Colin Strickland, went out for dinner with another Pro Rider on May 11 after a professional cyclist was shot and killed. About a week later, she was issued a murder warrant and a nationwide search.

Christy Armstrong, who has a stock of wellness posts in her social media accounts and is described as a former banker and marketing consultant, did not respond to calls or texts from Fox News Digital this week, a woman who picked up the phone at the camp said. He had no right to speak to the media and took the message.

During a visit on Thursday, the front gate of the camp was closed, barrels were thrown on the road and a "Private property" The sign was visible.

Visited Thursday, the front gate of the camp was closed, barrels were placed on the street and signs of “private property” were visible.
(Stephanie Pagons / Fox News Digital)

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Visited on Thursday, the front gate of the camp was closed, barrels blocked the road and a handwritten “no encroachment” sign appeared.

Marshalls said he knew of the location but did not confirm whether Caitlin Armstrong had visited the site.

Jason Jensen, a Utah-based private investigator who is pursuing the case, told Fox News Digital that Caitlin Armstrong is likely to use her sister’s identity while on Lam. And the day before Caitlin Armstrong appeared in New Jersey, her sister allegedly obtained a New York State driver’s license, he said.

Left: Moria "Mo" Wilson after the race.  Right: Photo of suspect Caitlin Armstrong released by the US Marshals.

Left: Moria “Mo” Wilson after the race. Right: Photo of suspect Caitlin Armstrong released by the US Marshals.
(Wilson Family / US Marshalls)

The sisters share an amazing resemblance in Instagram photos and they seem to be close.

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The suspected killer was dropped off at Newark Liberty International Airport on May 18, according to the U.S. Marshals – but they said she did not board the flight under her name.

“She is now Christine Armstrong of New York, instead of Caitlin Armstrong of Texas,” Jensen said. “That’s my business opinion.”

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On Monday, May 14, just days before her appearance in Newark, the marshals reported that Caitlin Armstrong arrived at LaGuardia International Airport on a flight from Houston, Texas.