Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

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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 home is located on Valley Forge Drive.

Initially cops said they had been shot to death. Area residents have been asked to stay in their homes until the all-clear is given.

OH police released a 911 recording Monday in the deaths of two college students and their mother who were killed in their home.

Loeding said it appears at least one of the women was stabbed, but that it was not possible to identify the manner of death for the other two women. Bodies have been removed from home.

Suzanne's boyfriend also tells the 911 dispatcher that he delivered flowers to the house on Saturday but did not see anyone inside, .

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A motive remains unclear.

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

No arrests have been made, but Loeding said police have been looking at persons of interest. Taylor was a student at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, while Kylie attended Bowling Green University. Kylie would have turned 19 years old on Sunday.

According to Kylie and Taylor's stepmother, Sonya Pifer, the sisters' biological father had been estranged from them for several years, reported Cleveland19.

Told Pifer, 'They were great kids... and this totally, totally blind-sided us'.

North Royalton police and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation are investigating.