More than a dozen murder cases may never be solved after serial killer Ivan Milat died on Sunday without confessing to any crimes. The 74-year-old, who succumbed to cancer in Sydney’s Long Bay jail at 4.07am, was convicted of seven murders between 1989 and 1992. But police have always believed he had more victims and his younger brother Richard once claimed there are ‘heaps more bodies’. On Sunday morning former detective Clive Small, who led the Milat investigation, said there are probably at least three murders that the serial killer got away with. ‘There are a whole range of unsolved cases, but there are three cases where I think there are good reasons to believe that Ivan was the offender. One, in particular,’ he told the Today Show. ‘The problem is getting the proof to go any further.’ Mr Small did not reveal what those cases were – but here Daily Mail Australia takes a look at several mysteries that bear resemblance to the Milat murders. Australia’s most notorious serial killer Ivan Milat (pictured) is terminally ill with throat cancer that has spread to his stomach Keren Rowland: February 1971 Keren Rowland, from Canberra, was 20 when she went missing on 26… Read full this story
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