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The cracks in the stucco are most likely not the source of your cracks. Seems too small. However, it is very important to seal any cracks in the stucco ASAP or you may run into water infiltration problems in future.

I agree with Mike Casey.... it's difficult to say for sure that the cracks are related to plumbing issues just by looking at photos. Usually, other symptoms would be present when it comes to water leakage and/or infiltration, i.e., sagging ceilings, paint flaking or sagging, discoloration, a smell of humidity, etc.

Were any renovations recently done in the bathroom above that included plumbing? Chances are the cracks are not related to a previous plumbing issue. My gut tells me its an esthetic issue. Hope this helps
 
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