Ohio mom, 2 daughters may have died day before found

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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.

Loeding identified the victims as a mother and her two daughters: Taylor Pifer, 21, Kylie Pifer, 18, and the mother Suzanne Taylor, 45.

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

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

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

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Taylor was a senior studying fashion design at Kent State University and played softball.

Police have not named a suspect or person of interest, but have said they are questioning several people while they gather leads.

Investigators believe the killings were specific - not random - but they do not have a suspect and they have not made an arrest, Loeding says, describing the case as "tragic". Taylor was a student at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, while Kylie attended Bowling Green University.

"Let police work take its course", he said.

Officers from the local police department and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation were on the scene overnight and into Monday morning collecting evidence. She would have turned 19 on Sunday. I'd like to give you answers.

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