Cops: CEO killed wife, daughter, self in Westchester

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Police found three people dead inside a house in Pound Ridge, New York, Aug. 25, 2017.

Police are investigating the deaths of three people in Westchester County, New York.

State troopers and Pound Ridge police officers responded to a home on Fox Hill Road in Pound Ridge shortly after 11 a.m. Friday and found the bodies of three people.

Steven Dym, 56, apparently killed his wife, Loretta Dym, 50, and their daughter, Caroline Dym, 18, police said. He then killed himself, police said. Dym was a wealthy CEO of a property management company.  Loretta Dym was a vice president at Club Quarters Hotels.

A housekeeper arrived at the home Friday morning, found the bodies, and called 911, reported.

Police had closed off a section of the street while they investigated. About 20 officers and troopers were at the scene Friday.

The Westchester County Medical Examiner's Office will perform autopsies on all three, State Police said.

The Dyms had donated money to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. He thanked the couple for supporting him in a 2003 book.