An autopsy has been ordered at the Licking County Coroner's Office for a 7-year-old boy after his body was recovered from Salt Fork Lake in Guernsey County on Monday morning.

Afton Taylor of North Canton drowned at the lake late Sunday evening, but his body was not recovered until 9:15 a.m.

"We do not suspect foul play, but an autopsy has been ordered due to the nature of the accident and the age of the victim," said Guernsey County Coroner Dr. Sandra Schubert.

The search for Taylor, who reportedly fell from a boat into the lake while boating with family, resumed at 8 a.m. Monday after being suspended at midnight Sunday.

According to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Taylor was found in a no-wake zone at Salt Fork Marina during a systematic grid search with sonar. On Sunday, ODNR officers conducted a sonar search at the lake with an aerial search conducted by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

According to reports at the Guernsey County Sheriff's Office, Taylor was reported missing after falling into the lake at 5:36 p.m. Sunday. A caller indicated he had been underwater for approximately five minutes at the time of the first call.

Initial reports indicated Taylor was one of two people being pulled by the boat and he was not wearing a life jacket when he went missing. It was later determined he had fallen from the boat.

The sheriff’s office received multiple calls reporting the accident.

A caller advised that several boats had joined the search for the missing boy while emergency responders were en route to the scene.

ODNR recommends all children on any size boat wear a life jacket that is tight to the body. Parents should only be able to slip two fingers under the shoulder straps.

More information on properly fitting a life jacket for your child can be found at http://watercraft.ohiodnr.gov/education-safety/safety-library/know-before-you-go/life-jackets-for-children.