Hammer-killer Levi Bellfield is living in fear of his life since he was moved to a tough Yorkshire prison, it was reported this week.
Bellfield, 40, who grew up in Hanworth, is serving life for the murders of students Amelie Delagrange and Marsha McDonnell and the attempted murder of schoolgirl Kate Sheedy.
Since the convictions, in February, detectives have also said the former nightclub bouncer is of 'interest' to their investigation into the killing of Surrey schoolgirl Milly Dowler, 13, who disappeared in 2002.
He was moved from London's Belmarsh to Wakefield jail, in West Yorkshire, last month, where he allegedly hides in his cell for 23 hours a day, leaving only for a few minutes' exercise and to eat, when he is flanked by officers.
A source at Wakefield told the Daily Mirror: "Bellfield hasn't stopped bleating since he moved. There's talk of a price on his head - he's terrified."