3 women found dead at Ohio home

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Notice of the three women's deaths came after the boyfriend of the eldest daughter arrived at the family home Sunday night at 8pm to find the three victims slain in the bedroom.

The North Royalton Police Department identified two sisters as 18-year-old Kylie Pifer and 21-year-old Taylor Pifer.

The crime scene is still active and investigators carried out a lot of bedding out of the home, police said.

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.

The 911 call recordingindicates Taylor's boyfriend, Dale, went to the house and when he did not get an answer or hear dogs barking he became suspicious.

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

Cleveland.com reported that North Royalton Detective Dave Loeding said the mother was stabbed at least once, but investigators haven't recovered a knife. "They were great kids", she said. Taylor was a student at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, while Kylie attended Bowling Green University. As for the two daughters, police said their injuries were not obvious.

A report via Fox8 told of Taylor studying fashion design at Kent State University and playing softball.

"Let police work take its course", he said. I'd like to give you answers. The 911 call was made by a friend of one of the daughters, Loeding said.

Kylie was due to celebrate her 19th birthday on June 11, according to WEWS.