Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

Olive Rios
June 13, 2017

Dave Loeding Loeding via the nydailynews. The North Royalton Police Department is leading the investigation.

A 911 call came in last night from a friend of one of the daughters, which led police to discover the bodies inside a bedroom of the home.

A knife was used in the death of one woman, Loeding said, but for the other two, there is no visible sign of death.

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

Police were alerted to the scene after Kylie's boyfriend, Dale Kostar, arrived at the home to visit.

Authorities say they are investigating the deaths as homicides. They were great students. As for the two daughters, police said their injuries were not obvious.

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

Sonya Pifer told Cleveland19that the girls' father has been estranged from his daughters since they became adults.

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

Police report that this man has been inside the home for a few hours and that he knew the people who lived there.

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. I love and miss you Taylor and Suzanne. The women were found that same day; time of death was not immediately clear.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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