Police to dig for missing student after Levi Bellfields confession from jail

Police are set to dig for the remains of a missing student after serial killer Levi Bellfield reportedly confessed to her murder.

The vile convict is understood to have told detectives in a prison interview this week that he hid the body of London student Elizabeth Chau in a wooded area 24 years ago.

Bellfield is said to have admitted to her murder in a face-to-face interview with Met Police officers, with some claiming he shockingly drew a map of where he allegedly dumped her body more than two decades ago.

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Chau, a 19-year-old student, who was studying at the now-defunct Thames Valley University, died on her way home to Ealing in west London in 1999.

Bellfield is currently serving a whole-life term for the murders of Marsha McDonnell, Amelie Delagrange and schoolgirl Milly Dowler.

Milly was kidnapped in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, and killed in 2002 at just 13 while she was walking home. Her body was found six months later.

Marsha was beaten to death near her home in Hampton, Richmond, in February 2003, before Bellfield struck again in August 2004, killing 22-year-old French student Amelie on Twickenham Green, in south west London.

He also attempted to murder Kate Sheedy by running her over in May 2004 in Isleworth, west London, leaving the 18-year-old with horrific injuries including a collapsed lung.

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Policetold the Mirror today: "On Tuesday, 9 May 2023 a 54-year-old male was interviewed under caution. Enquiries continue.

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"We can confirm we remain in contact with Elisabeth Chau’s family.

"At this time we will not be providing an ongoing commentary. We have no further comment to make."

Bellfield's solicitor Theresa Clark said: "He tells me he feels it's important that her family have some closure. He wants to see justice done because they have had to live this for so long and that's unfair.

"He gains nothing from it, there is no positive publicity for him."


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