A 16-year-old girl has disappeared after leaving her Georgia home wearing nothing but her pajamas and a sweatshirt following a suspected mental breakdown.
Hydi Cain vanished on the morning of Jan. 7 following a “psychotic episode,” according to a missing poster.
Fayetteville Police near Atlanta has launched a search for Cain, who is described as 5-foot-1, 130 pounds, and has blonde hair.
A missing poster added that the teen was in “grave danger.”
The City of Fayetteville Department of Public Safety shared information on social media Saturday about Hydi’s disappearance.
Cops suggested that Hydi may have since dyed her hair black since going missing.
“On January 7, 2024, Hydi Cain left her residence in the early hours of the morning,” they wrote in a Facebook post.
“She was last seen wearing pajamas pants, a sweatshirt and no shoes. Any information on the whereabouts of Hydi, please contact Detective Lindsey Fogler or Crime Stoppers of Greater Atlanta,” the post concluded.
Cain’s distraught mother, Sidney Fyffe, has been sharing frequent posts on social media about her missing daughter.
“Being a parent of an almost adult is the hardest thing I have ever done. They think they know what is out there. But they don’t,” she wrote on Facebook last week.
“Y’all please help me bring my daughter home safe,” she continued. “Police are involved, but there is still no word on her whereabouts, and her mom and little sister are worried sick.”