Leo Prinsloo ID'ed As Heroic South African CIT Driver Who Escaped Armed Robbers, New Footage Released

Chris Menahan
May. 05, 2021

Leo Prinsloo, a former member of the South African Police Service (SAPS) Task Force, has been identified as the cash-in-transit driver seen on viral video narrowly escaping an army of road pirates.

From The South African:

“When we train people we usually tell people to pre-visualise what [they’re] going to do,” said Prinsloo. “It’s a mindset and that’s pretty much what happened.”

Prinsloo added that he pre-visualised what he was going to do and followed his instincts to the best of his ability. Fortunately, it worked out for him on the day, however, he also said that there is nothing that can “100% prepare you for a situation like that.”
Mtombeni told eNCA that it was only his fourth day working as a security escort and the first time he had experienced gunfire from inside the vehicle.

[...] Prinsloo is reportedly a former member of the South African Police Service (SAPS) Task Force who left the service around 2004. He now runs his own weapons training academy [The Edge Shooting Academy] in Centurion, Tshwane.

He also works as an armed security escort – a very dangerous side-hustle – to earn extra income.
Additional footage was released on Wednesday:

Here's a side by side (the end is clipped off):

Take notes if you're still living in a city like St. Louis as such tactics may soon be needed just to drive to the grocery store!

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