Officers are particularly keen to identify a witness, a lady who was walking a black dog, who may have seen the incident and can assist in our investigation.
The suspects set off the house alarm while breaking in, conducted an untidy search in one room, taking some small amounts of jewellery, before being seen by neighbours as they were in front of the house. They were then seen to get into a small silver car which had been parked on Nonsuch Court Avenue.
Despite an extensive police search of the local area minutes after the incident was reported the car has yet to be positively identified.
Investigating Police Constable Justin Sorrell said: "We are keen to identify this female dog walker who made herself known to other witnesses as she may have information which is key to our investigation.
"We also want to identify anyone who may have seen the car on Nonsuch Court Avenue or Cheam Road as it made off from the scene.
"The burglary took place in a quiet residential area during daylight hours which makes this incident very unusual and I need help from the public to progress the investigation.
"We are working closely with local neighbourhood officers to carry out additional high visibility patrols in the borough, but would urge residents to look at their home security in order to keep your houses safe from crime.”
If you have any information as to the details of the car or if you witnessed the burglary, please call Surrey Police on 101, quoting reference 45180009784, or call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.