Reward offered for real-life grinches who vandalized Bronner's Christmas Wonderland

Bronner TMs Christmas Wonderland announced a reward for anyone who has information that leads to the arrest of some real-life grinches.

Frankenmuth Police continue to search for the person who damaged as many as 75 Christmas displays early Christmas morning. Police say a Bronner TMs family member discovered the vandalism around 8 a.m.

A Bronner TMs representative told NBC25 the damage is estimated at as much as $40,000. Police said they have evidence showing more than one person is responsible.

Whoever tried to do it, they can TMt steal the true joy of Christmas, said Bronner TMs spokesperson Maria Sutorik. Even though they tried to smash some things and be like "The Grinch who stole Christmas," the true joy of Christmas cannot be stolen from people TMs hearts.

The Frankenmuth Police Department is asking anyone with information to contact to Detective Randy Flathau at (989) 652-3430 Ext. 160.