Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of the disappearance of 17-year-old Leanne Green of White Bluff. Then a Dickson County High School junior whose prom dress was laid out on her bed, Green disappeared as she waited in the car on Highway 46 in Pomona while her twin brother Lawson went to get gas. She has not been seen since and even though she was declared dead by the courts years later, her body has never been found. Law enforcement officials who have spent the past quarter century following leads all over the country say Leanne is never far from their thoughts. A Tennessee Bureau of Investigation spokesman says its case was “administratively closed, subject to re-opening with new information,” which is commonly referred to as a “cold case.” Jason Locke of the TBI says the agency still confers with the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office on the case regularly, “even as recently as this week.” Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe, who was a new deputy with the department and one of the first officers to respond to the call on April 15, 1987, says investigators still occasionally get tips or reported sightings and every call is thoroughly investigated. Lawson Green picked his sister up from her job as a hostess at the former Holiday Inn in Dickson on that rainy Wednesday night in a borrowed car, which ran out of gas near the railroad tracks in Pomona. He told police Leanne chose to wait in the car while he went to get gas and when he returned about 15 minutes later, she was gone, with her purse and the car keys left behind. Despite multiple searches, national television re-enactments, roadblocks and psychics, no sign of Green has ever been found. A man jailed on a rape charge in Florida confessed to abducting and killing Green, but despite multiple attempts was never able to show investigators where he left her body and police could not corroborate the claims, which he later recanted. The inmate was later stabbed to death in his cell and was never charged. Green’s mother Marjorie died several years later after a battle with cancer. Her father George, twin brother and sisters Laurie Daugherty and Lisa Green Perdue still live in the Middle Tennessee area.