Police in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang have shed light on several schemes employed by thieves at local hotels. Police in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang have shed light on several schemes employed by thieves at local hotels. Ten robberies have been reported so far in 2016 at hotels across the central tourist hub, according to the municipal police department. In the most recent incident, officers received a report from 43-year-old Pham Manh Ha, stating that about VND300 million (US$13,452) in assets had been stolen from his hotel room. Ha, a Hanoian visiting Da Nang with his family, was staying in room 706 at the Golden Sea 3 Hotel in Son Tra District, Da Nang last week. On September 3, he gave his room key to the receptionist before heading to the beach for a swim. An hour later Ha and his family returned to their room to find their belongings missing. According to hotel staffers’ statements and security camera footage, a man dressed in swimwear impersonated Ha, asking for the key to Ha’s room about 30 minutes after the guest had left. Failing to notice a difference, the receptionists gave the imposter access to room 706, allowing him to loot Ha’s valuables before exiting the hotel in a T-shirt and shorts. Ha claimed a Vertu phone worth VND280 million ($12,555), a watch, and VND10 million ($448.4) in cash had been taken from the room, adding that the thief did not take his two iPhone 6S’s….