This Georgia Teen Fled Her Home Around Midnight In January, Wearing Only Pajamas With No Shoes On, And Her Mom Thinks Someone Has To Be Involved In Her Disappearance

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16-year-old Hydi Cain lived in Fayetteville, Georgia, with her family and attended Georgia Connections Academy – where she maintained straight As in her classes. But, on January 7, 2024, she fled her home late at night and mysteriously vanished, leaving both her loved ones and investigators perplexed.

That evening, nothing seemed out of the ordinary, according to Hydi’s mother, Sidney Fyffe. She had just been talking to Hydi about the teen’s recent life choices. However, Sidney claimed that the discussion never became an argument.

So, when Hydi said that she was heading to bed just before midnight, Sidney didn’t think anything was wrong.

Well, that was until about 20 minutes later when she could hear screaming coming from her daughter’s room. Apparently, Hydi had been yelling at someone while using her Macbook.

Then, Hydi reportedly grabbed her mother’s car keys and ran out the door– slamming it behind her.

At that point, Sydney realized that Hydi had taken her car keys and tried to get them back. Nonetheless, Hydi just threw the car in reverse and “hit the gas as hard as she could.”

Sydney claimed that she still managed to stop Hydi from leaving in the vehicle. Still, her daughter just jumped out of the car and ran away from their property – wearing just her pajamas with no shoes on.

Hydi has not been seen or heard from since she vanished over two months ago, and her disappearance is currently classified as a runaway case. Contrary to the classification, though, Sidney is very worried about her daughter’s mental state and thinks someone else may be involved in her daughter’s disappearance.

“Where is my baby? Is she hurt? Is she hungry? Is someone exploiting her? Is she alive?” Sidney asked.

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