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ALMOST four years after having a knife held against her throat during a terrifying late-night robbery, a Teesside woman has spoken out about why she met with one of the men responsible for her ordeal.
Gemma Bailey, 34, was working at a petrol station on Teesside in December 2016 when she became victim to the horrifying incident, which saw two men threaten her, one with a knife against her neck, before they made off with money and alcohol.
She came face to face with James, one of the men behind the robbery, through the charity Restorative Cleveland, and is sharing her story to let other people know about the service.
Read more on this inspiring story by the Northern Echo here: https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/18871236.teesside-robbery-victim-explains-wanted-meet-man-responsible-terrifying-ordeal/