December 26, 2005--Posted at 4:15 p.m. CDT
"Why would someone on Christmas night come into your yard and want to thoroughly destroy Christmas for a family, I don't understand that," said Lisa Delbridge.
This isn't the first time the Delbridges have had the Grinch visit them this season.
"I think the same person did it both times," said Delbridge.
3 weeks ago vandals came and cut holes in 4 of these Christmas blowups. Lisa repaired them and put them back but, this time they came and cut more than 13 holes in a Santa blowup to make sure she couldn't repair it.
"It upsets me so much that someone would come into our yard and vandalize," said Delbridge.
For the Delbridges this is the time of year they look forward to because of the joy they are able to spread.
"We do it for the children and for people to get more into the holiday spirit," says Delbridge.
But the Delbridges are making sure this doesn't happen again.
"I am offering a 250 dollar reward, and whoever can give me a name of somebody who did this I will have them prosecuted," said Delbridge.
This family isn't letting Scrooge ruin Christmas' of the future.
"Bought a truck full of stuff for next year and they will be out here next year," said Delbridge.