former police officer confesses to being a notorious serial killer in a suicide note – .

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former police officer confesses to being a notorious serial killer in a suicide note – .



A 35-year-old manhunt in France may have ended after the body of a man suspected of having been a serial killer and notorious rapist was discovered, French media reported Thursday.

The body of a former policeman found Wednesday in the southern town of Grau-du-Roi is believed to be that of the man nicknamed “Le Grele” or “the pockmarked killer”, accused of four murders and six rapes since 1986.

According to news magazines Le Point and Le Parisien, the man, identified only as François V., 59, committed suicide after judicial authorities began to focus on him as a suspect in the crimes , which include the rape and murder of 11-year-old Cécile Bloch in Paris in 1986.

Revealing letter

Reports indicated that the man left a letter in which he identified himself as Le Grele. They said a DNA test was being carried out on the body.

The Parisian reported that the authorities followed the man and ordered him to appear before an investigating judge but did not comply.

In his letter, the man allegedly wrote that he was not in good condition at the time of the crimes but that he had since “recovered”.

Other alleged victims of Le Grele’s murder included a man, Gilles Politi, 38, a 20-year-old German woman, Irmgard Müller, and Karine Leroy, 19.

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