Police say a mother and her two adult daughters found dead at a home in OH may have died the day before a family friend found their bodies.
Police say a mother and her two grown daughters have been found slain at a home in Ohio.
Killed along with the mother was 21-year-old woman, Taylor Pifer and her sister, 18-year-old Kylie Pifer. Cause of death has yet to be confirmed, but the department says it appears to be gun-related. Dave Loeding told the Daily News.
Loeding said none of the victims suffered gunshot wounds, despite earlier reports that the women were shot.More news: Russian police may use force to break up illegal Moscow rally
Police told residents to remain in their homes as the standoff continued. A woman who was in the house is now outside and unharmed.
Adding, 'But there is more work to be done'.
No arrests have been made, but Loeding said police have been looking at persons of interest.
Police said one of the victims was stabbed, Fox 8 reported.More news: Alonso "will stay" at McLaren if it wins by September
The 21-year-old wrote in the bio on her Facebook page: 'Life's too short to sit and wait for luck to come your way'.
"Taylor was majoring in fashion design, while Kylie was involved in theater and was majoring in forensic science", the stepmother told WGHP-TV.
Kylie was due to celebrate her 19th birthday on June 11, according to WEWS.
'They were great kids. and this totally, totally blind-sided us, ' Sonya Pifer said, fighting back tears. They said the man inside may have information regarding a triple homicide in North Royalton. I'd like to give you answers.More news: White House: Trump's tweets are 'official statements'