Ohio Mom, 2 Daughters May Have Died Day Before Found

Justin Greene
June 13, 2017

A family friend found Suzanne Taylor, 45, and her two daughters, Taylor Pifer, 21, and Kylie Pifer, 18, dead in a bedroom of their Ridge Road home at around 8 p.m., North Royalton Det.

Suzanne Taylor and her two daughters Kylie and Taylor were found dead in their OH home on Sunday night.

Again, authorities said this is possibly in relation to the triple homicide in North Royalton. Dave Loeding said he believes the murder may have taken place Saturday, but added that a forensics analysis would be necessary to narrow down the time of the possible homicide.

Police originally stated that one of the victims was shot to death but amended the information shortly thereafter, according to WEWS.

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.

A motive for the killings remains unclear, but police said the case does not involve a suicide.

Taylor Pifer was a senior at Kent State University where she studied fashion. That said, police acknowledged they were investigating 'persons of interest'. No arrests have been made.

Sonya Pifer told Cleveland19that the girls' father has been estranged from his daughters since they became adults. I love and miss you Taylor and Suzanne.

North Royalton police and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation are investigating. "There's a lot of pathology and a lot of evidence that needs lab". She would have turned 19 on Sunday.

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