Sarah Cafferkey tragedy: Convicted killer admits to Bacchus Marsh murder 

CONVICTED killer Steven James Hunter has pleaded guilty to the murder of Sarah Cafferkey, 22,  whose body was found in a wheelie bin at a Point Cook house after having been stabbed to death.

Hunter, 47, pleaded guilty in Melbourne Magistrates Court this morning to the murder of Ms Cafferkey in Bacchus Marsh last November.

Police said Ms Cafferkey had been stabbed multiple times at a flat in Bacchus Marsh on November 10 before her body was moved.

Hunter pleaded guilty to the murder before Magistrate Luisa Bazzani and will now in the Supreme Court on April 11.

He had previously been convicted of the 1986 murder of Jacqueline Mathews, 18, in a fit of jealous rage after his advances outside a Tullamarine supermarket were rejected. He stabbed Ms Mathews seven times in the heart and throat.