Mother, adult daughters found dead at OH home

Posted June 13, 2017

North Royalton police are now conducting a homicide investigation after three people were found dead in a Ridge Road residence Sunday evening.

The three bodies were under covers, nearly tucked into bed, detective Dave Loeding tells PEOPLE. A woman who was in the house is now outside and unharmed.

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.

Pictured, Suzanne Taylor, 45, North Royalton, Ohio mother (center) and her two daughters, Taylor Pifer, 21, (left) Kylie Pifer, 18 (right).

CBS affiliate WOIO reports the three women were all found in the same bedroom.

Local police are unsure about potential motive or suspects.

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Taylor Pifer was a senior at Kent State University where she studied fashion. "But there is more work to be done".

No arrests have been made, but Loeding said police have been looking at persons of interest.

Taylor's younger sister, Kylie attended Bowling Green University, where she majored in forensic science and was involved in theater.

A Cleveland 19 reporter had come in contact with the man via Facebook earlier in the day, as a result of her reporting on the story.

The girls' stepmother, Sonya Pifer, described her stepdaughters as "great kids" and "great students". Dave Loeding of the North Royalton Police Department said at a news conference. He called Scott Plymale, the mother's boyfriend who then called 911 after discovering the women's lifeless bodies, police said. I'd like to give you answers.