Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

Posted June 13, 2017

The three women - a mother and her two adult daughters - were found dead by a family friend Sunday night at a home, said North Royalton Police Lt. Dave Loeding.

Detectives confirmed the incident at Valley Forge Drive was connected to the probe into the slaying of Suzanne Taylor and her daughters Taylor and Kylie Pifer who were aged 21 and 18.

Again, authorities said this is possibly in relation to the triple homicide in North Royalton.

Police offered no updates on negotiations with the suspect overnight. BCI is now on the scene. A woman who was in the house is now outside and unharmed.

Police said the three women may have died the day before their bodies were found.

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A motive for the killings remains unclear, but police said the case does not involve a suicide. No arrests have been made, but police tell WOIO they're investigating "persons of interest".

Initially cops said they had been shot to death.

Loeding said it appears at least one of the women was stabbed, but that it was not possible to identify the manner of death for the other two women. "Taylor was majoring in fashion design, while Kylie was involved in theater and was majoring in forensic science".

The 21-year-old wrote in the bio on her Facebook page: 'Life's too short to sit and wait for luck to come your way'. Kylie would have turned 19 years old on Sunday.

The girls' stepmother, Sonya Pifer, described her stepdaughters as "great kids" and "great students". The North Royalton Police Department is leading the investigation.