The premises of J W Marsh Funeral Directors, Dudley, were targeted by burglars, who forced their way into the parlour on High Oak in Pensnett at around 11.45pm on Tuesday.
New CCTV footage, released by West Midlands Police, shows three people enter into a grey Volvo V40 and speed off from the funeral directors.
Police say the vehicle, which was on false plates, was used to ram the parlour's shutters.
The camera also captured audio in which the suspects can be heard saying "come on be quick" and "get in the car, get in the car".
Images have also been released of a red pouch and a small blue urn which were similar to what the burglars stole.
#APPEAL | We are appealing for information following a ram raid at a funeral directors on 17 Nov.— Dudley Police (@DudleyPolice) November 21, 2020
A grey Volvo V40 on false plates rammed through the shutters of the property on High Oak, Pensnett at 11.45pm.
They stole a small red pouch for jewellery and a small urn. pic.twitter.com/c0FVIERLEi
CCTV footage also showed a man with an Irish accent call another man ’Joseph’.
A spokesman for West Midlands Police said: "We’re investigating after a funeral directors was targeted in a ram raid in High Oak, Pensnett, just before midnight.
"Burglars forced their way into the building before fleeing with cash and jewellery from a safe.
"Enquiries are under way and anyone with information is asked to contact us via Live Chat, or by calling 101, and quote 20DY/283805M/20."
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or at crimestoppers-uk.org