Police know of no possible suspects at this time.
The victims were identified as 18-year-old Kylie Pifer, 21-year-old Taylor Pifer and their mother, Suzanne Taylor, Loeding said.
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CBS affiliate WOIO reports the three women were all found in the same bedroom.
Cleveland19 reported Monday, citing police, that the mother and daughter were still alive Saturday afternoon and were killed sometime that evening. Bodies have been removed from home. He said he called Taylor's boyfriend, Scott Plymale, who then called 911. The bouquet was still outside the home Sunday.
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Investigators believe the killings were specific - not random - but they do not have a suspect and they have not made an arrest, Loeding says, describing the case as "tragic".
Taylor enjoyed softball and was a student at Kent State University where she worked at the school's fashion store, according to her Facebook page.
Fox8 reported that Kylie was a sophomore at Bowling Green State University, where she majored in biology and was involved in theater.
Sonya Pifer, who told the station she is the stepmother of the two younger victims, said the two were college students and had been estranged from their father since they became adults. "I can not tell you on the others because there's not a visible sign of how death occurred", said North Royalton Det.