British serial killer Levi Bellfield allegedly confesses to murdering missing student
Levi Bellfield confessed to killing a 19-year-old student. Bellfield is a serial killer currently serving two life sentences for the murder of three people, including French student Amelie Delagrange (22), and Milly Dowler, 13.
Detectives believed that Bellfield was responsible for at least 20 unsolved assaults on women when he was convicted of Milly’s death in June 2011.
He has written and signed a confession of killing Elizabeth Chau (19), a law and business student, who vanished in April 1999. The teenager never returned after she was spotted on a CCTV as she walked to her home in Ealing in West London, from Thames Valley University.
54-year-old Bellfield reportedly confessed to bundling her into a van and gave the location of where she was buried, as well as “admitting five other attempted murders”. He reportedly handed the confession to his solicitor, Theresa Clark, last month.
Clark told The Sun “I have passed it to the police. He is likely to be interviewed under caution.”
He also admitted to “blitz attacks” on 17-year-old Jessie Wilson in South West London, 23-year-old Sarah Spurrell in Hastings, and 26-year-old Sonia Salvatierra in Twickenham.