By KAREN DAILY, Staff writer A man wanted on allegations that he has stolen a number of credit cards in the area, at one time charging more than $6,000 in less than three hours, has been identified by local police and added to Aiken Public Safety's Most Wanted list, according to officials. Warrants have been issued for the arrest of Malcolm Kareem Wilson, of Charleston, on five counts of financial transaction card fraud. The 31-year-old has been linked to a September theft, accused of stealing an Aiken man's credit cards that had been left in an unattended vehicle and then going on a shopping spree in the Aiken area. The victim found that two of his credit cards were stolen and when he called to cancel them, learned that an estimated $6,000 had been charged to them within a three-hour span, according to the police incident report. About $2,000 had been charged at a local jewelry store and $4,000 at two local home improvement stores and Wal-Mart. According to an arrest warrant, Wilson has at least three prior convictions for property crimes in South Carolina. He has also been linked to a theft at the H.Odell Weeks Activities Center. A Salley woman told police more than $350 cash and credit cards were stolen from her purse in August. Her card was used at Wal-Mart, police report. Investigators also say that Wilson's card was used at Wal-Mart within minutes of the purchase on the stolen credit card. He has also been identified on Wal-Mart surveillance video, police said. More charges may be pending. He has been named as a suspect in a number of other thefts in the area, police say. Anyone with information on Wilson's whereabouts is asked to call Aiken Public Safety at 642-7620. Contact Karen Daily at kdaily@aikenstandard.com