The Habitat for Humanity office in Kansas City says thieves have stolen eough material this year to build a house. Earlier this week, a thief kicked in the back doors of five houses the organization is building, and tore out copper pipes. In the process they ruined two bathtubs and caused other damage. A Habitat spokesman says the piping can probably be sold for about five dollars, but it will cost about 15-hundred dollars to make repairs. Last week, somebody stole an estimated $7,500 worth of lumber from another Habitat site.