Resulting from recent criticism and to avoid stepping on investigator's toes, I have decided to ask users to refrain from adding their own reconstructions.
More information can be found here, on the updated image policy.
All images need to have appropriate copyright licenses and categories. Additionally, when a new page is created, that person needs to be added into both the chronological and geographical indexes. The links to those pages are on the Wiki's home page.
I noticed you reverted an edit earlier on the page for "Dana" when I removed a caption regarding the 3D rendering. I did this through editing the gallery on a mobile platform, which did not allow me to add an edit summary.
I have found no sources to confirm the clay bust is based on Shawn Grate's description. The attorney general (the author of the reconstruction) has created renderings of other victims which were based off of the bones, which is presumably the same way "Dana" was reconstructed.
Sorry for the late reply, on the revert, I initially thought that the caption was erroneously removed due to a glitch while you were trying to edit the gallery, sorry for the confusion.
Some of the inital news reports referred to her as “Nicole Lowrey”, bc so little info was released at the time and I didn’t watch the press conference, so I assumed that was what she’d gone by, my bad and I apologize for the mistakes.