Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

The murdered bodies of an OH woman and her two adult daughters were discovered Sunday evening by a family friend reported Cleveland's News 5.

Taylor and Kylie Pifer were attending local colleges and living at home with their mother.

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

Loeding confirmed there was no gun involved.

Police were reported by the AP on Sunday as saying the women apparently suffered gunshot wounds, but investigators haven't released the cause of death.

Brunswick police were advising residents to remain inside their homes until an all clear is given. It is generally not understood who would have sought the women's deaths.

Suzanne Taylor (center) with her two daughters Kylie and Taylor (unclear which is who) who were found dead in their OH home on Sunday night.

Adding, 'But there is more work to be done'. No arrests have been made, but police tell WOIO they're investigating "persons of interest". As for the two daughters, police said their injuries were not obvious.

Fox8 reported that Kylie was a sophomore at Bowling Green State University, where she majored in biology and was involved in theater. She would have turned 19 on Sunday.

Sonya Pifer told Cleveland19that the girls' father has been estranged from his daughters since they became adults.

Told Pifer, 'They were great kids... and this totally, totally blind-sided us'.

Kylie went to North Royalton High School, her Facebook page says.

  • Larry Hoffman