A famous Boston surgeon was arrested on charges of killing his missing wife after her remains were found outside their home
Ingolf Türk, 58, an oncology urologist, was taken into custody after police discovered the remains of 45-year-old Kathleen Maclean in a wooded area near their home in Dover around 11 p.m. on Saturday, according to Boston Herald. The report said Massachusetts state police, as well as departments of Dover and Deathham, began investigating Maclean’s disappearance after she went missing on Thursday. On Saturday, Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey issued a statement calling Maclean’s disappearance “suspicious,” according to the Daily Mail. Türk was arrested after police found the body of a missing woman. He should be brought to justice on charges of murder in Dedham District Court on Monday. Türk is the head of urology at St Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston, where he worked for nearly 12 years, according to his Linkedin profile. The German physician holds a degree from the Humboldt University in Berlin and is a professor of urology at Tufts University Medical School.