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The '''DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid''' was a [[droid]] used to track criminals and escaped prisoners during the rule of the [[Galactic Empire]]. They were spherical in shape with several large photoreceptors and multiple arms. They had a powerful repulsorlift and were capable of hauling unconscious beings several kilometers. They contained blasters concealed in their bodies. They were illegal for citizens to own, although this was widely ignored in the [[Outer Rim Territories]].
 
The '''DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid''' was a [[droid]] used to track criminals and escaped prisoners during the rule of the [[Galactic Empire]]. They were spherical in shape with several large photoreceptors and multiple arms. They had a powerful repulsorlift and were capable of hauling unconscious beings several kilometers. They contained blasters concealed in their bodies. They were illegal for citizens to own, although this was widely ignored in the [[Outer Rim Territories]].

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"Do not attempt escape. Mutineers and evaders will be considered in violation of the capital powers act."
―Preprogrammed message in the DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid[src]

The DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid was a droid used to track criminals and escaped prisoners during the rule of the Galactic Empire. They were spherical in shape with several large photoreceptors and multiple arms. They had a powerful repulsorlift and were capable of hauling unconscious beings several kilometers. They contained blasters concealed in their bodies. They were illegal for citizens to own, although this was widely ignored in the Outer Rim Territories.

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