Why does Wilson believe that Gatsby killed Myrtle?

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Wilson assumed that who ever was driving the yellow car was Myrtle's affair and the one who killed her. He believed Gatsby was the one who did it because Tom told him that Gatsby was the owner of the yellow car.
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