Levi Bellfield questioned by detectives over unsolved murder of teen who vanished from her home 24 years ago | The Sun

SERIAL killer Levi Bellfield has been questioned by cops over the alleged murder of a student 24 years ago.

Scotland Yard officers today visited Bellfield at HMP Frankland, where he's serving time for Milly Dowler's murder.

Bellfield, 54, has allegedly given chilling details of the final moments of Vietnam-born Elizabeth Chau, 19, who went missing in April 1999.

She was last seen just a mile from her home in Ealing, West London, and a body has never been found.

A source said: "Police are taking his confession seriously. Elizabeth's family have always wanted answers – it's the least they deserve."

Bellfield has claimed he will show cops where Elizabeth's body was buried.

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The murderer was 31 and would have been working at nightclubs at the time of Elizabeth's disappearance.

He was living in West London, not far from where Elizabeth was last seen on her way back from Thames Valley University after handing in an assignment.

He has also confessed to ‘blitz’ attacks on Sarah Spurrell, then 23, in Hastings in 2004, Jessie Wilson, then 17, in South-West London and Sonia Salvatierra, 26, in Twickenham.

Bellfield — serving two life terms at Frankland, Co Durham — handed the confession to solicitor Theresa Clark last month.

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She said: “I have passed it to the police. He is likely to be interviewed under caution.”

Elizabeth was last seen walking past Ealing police station at 6pm on the day of her disappearance.

Her family, who still live in London, were “immediately worried” when she did not return home.

In 2012, Scotland Yard launched a fresh appeal for information and offered a £15,000 reward for information.

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