By Sandra Rose  | 

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An arrest has been made in the murder of Anthony Frazier, a security guard who was gunned down as he arrived to work.

Frazier was shot in the back of the head as he got out of his SUV outside the American Wings and Seafood restaurant on Cleveland Avenue around 7 p.m. Monday.

Stanley Henderson, 30, was arrested Wednesday afternoon after multiple tips were called into Crime Stoppers. A $2,000 reward was offered for information leading to an arrest.
 
Originally published on: Apr 21, 2022 at 09:03 a.m.

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The daughter of a security guard who was gunned down outside an Atlanta restaurant is speaking out about his senseless murder.

Anthony Frazier was killed by an unknown assailant as he got out of his SUV outside the American Wings and Seafood restaurant on Cleveland Avenue around 7 p.m. Monday.

The man who shot him also robbed him before casually walking away. Several people walked by Frazier's lifeless body, and one of them rifled through his pockets and appeared to take something.
 
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Antonette Frazier told CBS46 she lost sleep Tuesday night after viewing the chilling surveillance video of her father's execution.

"I can't get the images out of my head," she said. "Oh my god, it changed me. They changed the way I feel. It changed the way I looked at things."

Antonette said her father's wallet, cell phone and gun were stolen.

"I just don't understand how somebody could be so cold," she said.

Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant, who announced his plan to retire in June after 34 years, cautioned the public not to jump to conclusions about the people in the video.

"We don't know what their roles were or what they were going through at that particular time," said Bryant. "But just immediately taking a look at it is concerning."

Frazier's daughter expressed anger at the callousness of the people who robbed her father.

"I'm angry at the people that stood by," said Antonette. "My daddy was a good person. I'm angry and disgusted with the bystanders digging through his pockets."

She described her dad as a mild-mannered man who enjoyed cooking.

Antonette said, most importantly, he was a loving father to his three adult children.

"He was my best friend, and they took him away from me," she said.

Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

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