‘I pre-visualised what I was going to do’ – CIT driver who foiled Pretoria heist

  • Dramatic video footage just lately confirmed two armed guards making an attempt to flee an tried CIT heist.
  • The incident was caught on digital camera and occurred on 22 April.
  • The armed guards, Leo Prinsloo and LLoyd Mtombeni, spoke to eNCA in regards to the tried heist.

“There’s nothing that may actually put together you 100% for a state of affairs like that,” is what Leo Prinsloo mentioned after surviving a cash-in-transit (CIT) assault in Pretoria final week. 

Prinsloo spoke to tv broadcasting channel eNCA‘s reporter, Barry Bateman, saying he “pre-visualised” what he was going to do when a gaggle of armed males tried to rob the CIT automobile he was driving on 22 April, on the N4 in Pretoria. 

News24 reported police spokesperson Brigadier Vish Naidoo as saying the attackers fired a number of pictures on the automobile, making an attempt to cease it throughout a excessive velocity chase. 

The footage, which was recorded within the cabin of the CIT automobile, exhibits Prinsloo and his colleague, Lloyd Mtombeni, reacting to a number of pictures.

In line with Batemen, Mtombeni mentioned it was his fourth day on the firm and his third day assigned below Prinsloo when the incident occurred. 

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“You already know intuition kicks in just about… Once we practice folks, we often inform them to pre-visualise what you’ll do… That is just about what occurred – I pre-visualised what I used to be going to do, to the perfect of my potential,” mentioned Prinsloo.

I did what my thoughts simply informed me to do, and it labored out for me on that day.

Because the armed robbers pounced, Prinsloo might be seen instantly reacting, showing to ram into one of many autos earlier than dashing off. 

He’s seen within the footage, cool, calm and picked up. He asks Mtombeni to cock a rifle, as he evades the CIT robbers. He makes a U-turn after which speeds off once more.

Mtombeni mentioned it was his first time being shot at, however he was comforted realizing he was below the care of the skilled Prinsloo. 

“I learnt lots – how one can react to conditions like [that]… As a result of it was my first time…” 

The attackers fled with out taking any money. 

Naidoo mentioned no arrests had been made but. 


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