Bellfield, 54, is known to have killed at least three people including the highly-publicised disappearance and murder of Milly Dowler, 13, French student Amelie Delagrange, 22, and Marsha McDonnell, 19.
In April 1999, a 19-year-old student, Elizabeth Chau, left Thames Valley University and was caught on CCTV walking home along the Uxbridge Road near Ealing police station. She was never seen again.
Her sister, Bich, has never given up hope of being reunited with her sibling. She said: ‘We want Liz to know that we love her and miss her very much.’
Now, The Sun reports Bellfield has written a ‘signed confession’ to killing Ms Chau, ‘bundling her in a van’ and also detailing ‘where she is buried’ as well as admitting five other murder attempts.
He is understood to have handed in the confession to his solicitor Theresa Clark in March this year. Ms Chau’s family reportedly declined to comment.
Theresa Clark told the publication: ‘I have passed it to the police. He is likely to be interviewed under caution.”
In his confession, Bellfield is said to have confessed to a ‘blitz’ of five attempted murders and attacks against the then 17-year-old Jessie Wilson in south west London, Sarah Spurell, 23, in Hastings in 2004, and Sonia Salvatierra, 26, in Twickenham, west London.