Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

Raquel Nash
June 13, 2017

Lt. Robert Safran has confirmed to Fox 8 that the man inside the home is a suspect in the murder of a mother and two daughters in North Royalton.

According to the department, the victims appear to be a 40-year-old female and her two adult daughters. Police suspect the daughters were killed elsewhere in the home before their bodies were moved to their mother's bed. He said he called Taylor's boyfriend, Scott Plymale, who then called 911.

To date police have said a motive for the killings remains unclear.

Cleveland.com reports North Royalton Detective Dave Loeding says the mother was stabbed at least once, but investigators haven't recovered a knife.

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.

Officers said they were attempting to contain him and persuade him to give himself up peacefully.

Kylie and Taylor were both in college living with their mother.

A gunman wanted in connection with the slaughter of a mother and her two daughters was threatening suicide during a police standoff.

Fox8 reported that Kylie was a sophomore at Bowling Green State University, where she majored in biology and was involved in theater. "Taylor and Kylie were great students".

Taylor Pifer was a senior at Kent State University where she studied fashion. "I know people need answers". She would have turned 19 on Sunday. I love and miss you Taylor and Suzanne.

Other reports by TheDigitalNewspaper

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