A postmistress from Berkshire says she's been left traumatised after her life was threatened during a violent armed robbery.
The attack happened in the quiet village of Purley-on-Thames on Thursday morning, when two men - one black and one white - targeted the post office claiming they had a gun.
Manager Ruchi Sandhu has been running her shop for 11 years. She is currently too frightened to re-open and has spoken to Meridian in the hope of catching the offenders.
Ruchi is desperate to re-open her post office during the busy festive period. But panic attacks and re-living the moment a customer turned on her have so far made that impossible.
Watch the full story on this from our reporter Rachel Hepworth.