06/25/2013 04:43 pm ET Updated Aug 25, 2013

Chris Bosh Robbery Surveillance Video Shows Burglars Jumping Wall (VIDEO)

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Surveillance video from the waterfront property of Miami Heat star Chris Bosh shows two burglars jumping over a wall that surrounds his home before they rifled through his closets.

Miami Beach police released the footage Tuesday, hoping it might generate leads in the case. Bosh and his wife Adrienne were out celebrating his 29th birthday at a party in Miami April 3 while the thieves entered their home and stole some $340,000 in jewelry and handbags.

Two babysitters at home with Bosh's two children and another teenager heard nothing, they told police, and there were no signs of forced entry. Instead, NBC6 reports, police found a door on the bay side of the home was unlocked.

Investigators have publicly speculated the burglary was an inside job, but have not identified any suspects. The video (watch above) shows two men in what appear to be sweatpants and hoodies approach the property on the sidewalk before jumping the wall next to the security camera.

The culprits carefully hand-picked what was taken, according to police, leaving Bosh's NBA Championship ring and at least one other piece of identifiable, easily traceable jewelry before fleeing the scene.

Bosh purchased the 12,000 square foot house on North Bay Road for $12.5 million in 2010; it may or may not be for sale. Photos:

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