'Sorry' Justin Bieber: sand sculpture of pop star's head vandalized at NY fair
Pop star's likeness was part of large sculpture depicting artists who performed at state fair's old grandstand
Police are looking for the vandal who defaced a sand sculpture of Justin Bieber at the New York State Fair.
State police tell the Post-Standard of Syracuse that the sculpture apparently was vandalized Thursday night.
Bieber's likeness was part of a 200-ton sand sculpture depicting artists who performed at the fair's old grandstand, which was imploded in January.
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Bieber's face appeared near the base of the sculpture. He was below the Charlie Daniels Band and singer Charley Pride and to the left of actor Steve Martin.
The fair runs through Monday in Geddes, near Syracuse.